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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): May 7, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 cen1914050701_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): May 7, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. PURE REL1QJ0A, UN1ARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWENTY FIFTH YEAR. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 7, 1914. Street Fair next week. Corn planting is well under way. NUMBER 5. 5 INSTEAD OF 4 P.H, the REAL TEST Of Sincerity Of Insurrnce Companies To Come Nexl Week. US MMMIMimmteMmm&m&M m Lettuce, radishes, and onions home grown kinds, are plentiful. SACRED CONCERT. advises us that the Sacred Concert in the Park on next Sunday afternoon will be given at 5 o'clock instead of four as announced last week. This postponement of one hour was made necessary because of the necessity of the street fair people having to have a little rest atter a long ride in reaching Lancaster. Mr. Littlejohn Early gardeners were kept busy last week "covering up,' their beans and tomatoes. Frost Thursday and Friday night of last week did no damage because of the dry weather. Don't miss the sacred concert by Grella's band in the Park Sunday afterCOY noon. It is free. One "tag day" on county court day would realize ample funds to make SANDERS "DECLARES WAR." Not upon Mexico or any foreign power but upon high prices, and the war is being carried right into the enemy's camp, and we fear great disaster will be caused to high prices by his inroads. Mr. Coy Sanders is located at "Coy" in this county, named after him, and ia building up one of the most exten sive establishment in the county. He is a courteous cleyer gentleman and is bound to succeed. See his big add elsewhere in this issue of the Record. Don't move into a House that isn't wired for electricity Modern comfort demands electric service. Especially is this true since some much needed improvements in the Park. May 10th is Mothers Day everybody, Man, Woman and children are requested to wear a white Flower- - "All over the world. " The immense amount of farm machinery being hauled out of Lancaster indicates the cultivation of unusually large crops this year. State University, at Lexington will endeavor to reinsure the property of that institution to the amount of $350, 000, thereby putting to the test, the question js to whether or not the insurance companies of the state, or rather those that have operated in the state, will reinsure property upon which the policies have expired. Hywell Davis, secretary of the institution has written letters to the representatives of the companies now holding policies on the building asking them to submit propositions for the renewal of the policies, including the one. three and five year plan. The acceptance or rejec tion of this large volumn of business by the company will determine whether or not they are sincere in their avowal to discontinue doing business in Kentucky, and the result is waited with PLUM BING g We have a full line of Standard Sanitary BATH TUBS, LAVATORIES, SINKS AND CLOSETS. If their happy account of their trip is any criterion, the little folks centainly enjoyed to the uttermost their excur- TRUSTEES ELECTED TO sion to Frankfort last Saturday. SUCCEED-THEMSELVE- MEMORIAL SERVICE IN HONOR OF HEROES. Of Vtra Cruz To Be Held. Let us fit your bath room with our up-to-da- te 3 W MAZDA LAMPS have made electric light a real economy. Everyone has always appreciated the safety, convenience and superiority of electric light. Now EDISON MAZDA Lamps add to these acknowledged advantages by giving you three times the light you've been getting with carbon lamps without using any more electricity. That means 3 times as much light in each room or, 3 times as many rooms lighted or, 3 times as many hours of light at the old cost. Our "New Customer" proposition will be of interest to you, if your house is not already wired. old-sty- le EDISON method of plumbing. A band of wandering gypsies, half S. Mexican and half Yaqui indians, At the school election held on last passed through Lancaster last week Saturday to fill the vacancies caused by horse trading and telling fortunes. the expiration of the time of Dr. J. B. Kinnaird and Mr. S. D. Cochran, these Sunday is Mothers Day and if you gentlemen were chosen to succeed wish one Carnation or more I will apthemselves. These gentlemen by their preciated it if you will let me know at efforts have done much toward assist you. once, so I may have them for ing m building up the splendid school Willie Miller. which we now have in Lancaster, and it was a fitting compliment to their PUBLIC SPEARING. ernest efforts as well as a vote of conGov. James B. McCreary will speak fidence upon the part of the patrons them to the positions at the Court House on Monday, May n 2oth County Court day, at 1:30 P. M. which they filled so acceptably. In the interest of his candidacy for U. S. Senator. Full notice next issue. EVIDENTLY DOES NOT CONN BROS. Lancaster, Ky. HEADACHES RELIEVED. If you are troubled with eyestrain headaches. If your eyes are strained Get relief while reading or working. at once through. Byrne Scientificately filled Glasses atKengarlan Hotel. May 11th to 30th. CHURCH OFFICERS ORGANIZE The deacons of the Presbyterian church have organized with Mr. E. W. Harris as Chairman and John Gill Kinnaird as Secretary, They will hold regnlar monthly meeting each first Tuesday afternoon in the basemeut of the church. "?2E&i33!$3XS33g PIE SDPPER. n Bankrupt SALE Logan's entire stock has to be sold to satisfy his creditors. Cost is not considered. One Dollar will do more than double duty during this sale. H. T. $20.00, $22.50 AND $25. SUITS, NEW and UP-TO-DATE Given's Chapel select school will give a pie supper Saturday evening from 3 to 10, there will also be candies, cakes lemonade etc. The house will be artisticly decorated. The proceeds will be spent for a set of tools for manual training class. SAM DAVIS HOME. The mtny friends of Mr. Sam Davis that he has sufficiently recovered as to be brought to his home in Lancaster, and now with his father at their residence on Danville street. Mr, JDavis has been seriously sick in Campbellsville, at which place he has been located for the past several months. will be glad to know FINE PLANTS. The farmers report the unest tobacco plant beds seen in years, and many of them will be ready to set out by the 20th inst. With the late improved is not now necessary to await the coming of "a season" before setting the crop, and the prospects are that a goodly proportion of the Garrard county tobacco crop will be set during the month of May. "setters", it WINS OPENING GAME. The Lancaster Eclipse colored Base Ball Club defeated the Danville Giants, here last Thursday in the opening game of the season at Eclipse park, 5 to 0. Burdett and Emerson being the feature Prof. Joseph Burns of the game. throwing the first ball which was a strike against Danville. Afred Hood, Empire. THE SDNDAY EXCURSION. The L & N ran another excursion to Cincinnati Sunday, and a goodly number of our people "rode it", many of them merely "going over the river" for the day, while others will remain until the coming of cool weather. The low rates attract the hard working class and our supply of labor is materially curtailed by so many of our laborers spending their summers across Another objectionable the river. feature of these excursions is that the itinerant venders of booze, unless the reins are kept tightly drawn on them will adopt this means of smuggling in quantities of the contraband goods, and Cap't. Herron is compelled to meet every excursion train or else in a very short time, each Monday morning following one of the excursion he would find the town flooded with booze. GO IN THIS SALE AX $10.00. Come and let us show you the wonderful Bargains we are offering. Terms Cash. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company, Assignee of H.T.LOGAN. PLANTS. I have an unlimited supply of guar anteed varietys; tomato plants, and will have sweet potato plants in ' season. Mrs. 'George-SmitSr. tf ' h enstYled In behalf of the nation President 7& Wilson at the Brooklyn Navy Yard on next Monday afternoon, will pay fitting m tribute to the American heroes, blue jackets and marines, who lost their Si lives at the occupation of Vera Cruz. jz ;'3i Secretary Daniels and his staff. Secrec tary Garrison and Admiral Dewey will Wholesale and Retail Hardware. ?0i be leading figures at the memorial m service. The funeral Cruiser Montana bearing the bodies of the dead heroes . fc . . will be met by Secretary Daniels on the 7&mmm&m-w- . vacht Mayflower, and with the battk-shi- p Wyoming and the Cruiser Tennessee, will convey her to the harbor. The bodies will be sent to the homes of their relatives after the memorial exKNOW LANDRAM. ercises Mondav afternoon, the Montana The following satirical comment on taking the bodies of the three New Lewis Landram's opinion of the aver England dpad to Boston. age country band is from the pen of Editor Lily of the Madisonian:- "A brass band has been mustered into THE the State Guard service at Richmond. If the organization size up with the SEASON SUGGESTS average country band, it can put to fc$ flight more Mexicans than could a regADVISABILITY OF iment of infantrymen. By all means send the band to the front. Danville A Central Kentucky League. Messenger. Shucks, vou can't play on a tin pan." All of the towns in this section of Lewis Landram was born and reared Kentucky now have good base ball in Lancaster and is just about as full teams and are playing at least once a of music as an egg is of meat, and can week. Why not organize a "Central a thorough examination of your eyes by a specialperform in a creditable manner upon Kentucky League?". This would esist of 1G years experience, without change. anything from a snare drum to a cor- tablish a friendly rivalrv, would stim-elaSaving expenses of trip to city and presnet. He comes of a family of musia greater interest in the "home cians second in proficiency to none in team" and we are sure could be placed cription charges. the state, and Mr. Lily to the contrary on a sound basis financially. The a proper correction by glasses of any Optical denotwithstanding, we believe Lewis Lancastrian will dig down in his jeans could evolve music from a tin pan. to assist in the maintenance of a base fect or eye strain at prices you can afford to pay. ball team, when he would turn a deaf All white metal frames best lenses 2.50 to 4.00 ear to almost any other class of Gold filled frames $4.50 to $6.50 NEAR DISASTERIOUS solicitation for funds. Danville. StanSolid Gold frames, best lenses $7.50 to $10. $5.00 to $7.50 "Shurns" best lenses ACCIDENT. ford, Harrodsburg, Hustonsville, towns and possibly other "KRYPTOKS" "TORIC" and "COMPOU11D" Lenses not inWhile Mr. Jessie Sanders "Big Jess" would join with Lancaster in this encluded in the above prices. wag coming into town one dav this terprise. Why not have representatives week, he came near meeting with a from each of these places get together serious accident. When rounding the and perfect plans toward the organizaSpecialist in Eye Glass Fitting will be at curve in the pike near Mr. Clay tion of a league. Sutton's he met a young Mr. Gosney LANCASTER, KY.. MONDAY. MAY 11 TO 30. on a motorcycle, Mr. Sander's horse OFFICE AT KENGARLAN HOTEL. was not afraid of the mechine, but as it started to pass him the machine Or II swerved toward the horse and the aniEXPERIMENT STATION mal, thinking a collision was imminent, gave a quick turn and overturned the TO BECOME CLEARING HOUSE buggy containing Mr. Sanders. Mr. For Kentucky Farmers And Breeders. Sanders was considerably bruised up, but we are glad to say no bones were At least one branch of Kentucky's broken. He had with him sixteen dozen eggs which he was bringing to government is seeking to widen the market, and they were beautifully scope of its usefulness to the citizens exercised of the state who make it a possibility. Mr. Gosney scrambled. every effort in his, power to avoid a The Kentucky Agricultural Experiment collision and succeeded in stopping the Station in a recently issued circular, machine in a few feet of Mr. Sander's maKes the announcement that "it is the first servant of the Kentucky farbuggy. mer, and if rightly used, he can get more assistance there than from any A WARNING TO other source," and to this end they have announced that the station is at AUTOMOBILISTS. the service of the farmers and breeders Theae is a penalty of not less than of the state to facilitate the buying $50. and running from that up to a and selling of livestock, and will estabpretty good sized fine for operating lish a livestock exchange for the puran automobile without a license. pose of placing prospective buyers and f Local officers have instructions to sellers in closer touch with each other. X gQBBHHiiiMiimiitmfflimiiMW look after the matter of lican- - The station will list horss, mules, ses, and in addition to that, the state is beef cattle, sheep, hogs etc. No charge said to have some "plain clothes men" will be made for this service, the only out through the country to see that requirement being that you notify the owners of machines have their 1914 Station of what you have to dispose of, license. If you are able to own an giving an accurate description as to automobile, you are not only able, but age, quality and other necessary desit is your duty to secure a new license cription together with the price asked each year for operating it. There are and supplementing this with your name a great many automobiles running and address. The Station of course acts about the county carrying the same only as a means of disseminating the license tag they secured when the information and accepts no responsibilmachine was bought, in some cases ity in the matter, the buyer and seller several years ago. It might prove getting together and doing business economical for these people to secure with each other, the Station simply new license at once, for in the event acting as a medium of information. Set your plants with the Should this laudable effort upon the they are caught, which is only a matter of time, the fine they will come in for part of the Agricultural Station prov.e will far exceed the amount they a success, it contemplates widening the scope of its operations to include the would have to expend for license. buying and exchanging of agricultural implements and other farm necessities, A CARD. the securing of tenants for landlords, your plants will grow better and make better tobacco I thank the many kind friends who and locations for tenants, and in fact called to see me during my illness which makine itself eenerally useful to.ithe and will ripen from two to three week's earlier. For &8j afforded me genuine pleasure and I also farmers of the state. verylSfal Sale by. The Station is also doing a express my sincere thanks to those who sent in so many delicious articles of uable.and what is calculated to be a food and etc It ia- certainly very Tery useful work by compiling a directW-JBDMANwhich to; to gratifying' to think of these, swget ory of Kentucky breeders,v.... S. ..-..- . r "-- 'V ?rM:5 A.C. Miles. '.be puDUsnea in we. near luiure. .- i recollections. it " f t'ftV iT ,. Jfc r.V.-- I Plumbing Plumbers 1 m o MAi m mnimm w ssv i aPbiife? LANCASTER, ti -- KENTUCKY s, mmmmw&mm&m BASE BALL PwOiS&JLlSlJ. cieniific .rmr'm, YRNEm ervice. te MEANS MEANS Nich-olasvil- le J. J. BYRINE RY AGRICULTURAL irnr J ticsr! Bemis Tobacco Planter - .... r- -- 'Vf A - ' "&h . Page 2 The Central Record, Thursday May 7, 1914Oh, Ho, Ho, Hum! Spring COT Miss Lucy Daily is teaching school at Scotts Fork. Mr. Alf Ausband is on the sick list at this writing. Mr. Angle Sanders is suffering with a sprained ankle. Mrs. Nannie Moberly is spending the week in Lexington. Mr. George Preston is visiting friends in Jessamine this week. Mrs. Marvan Sanders had the misfortune to burn her foot, it is doing nicely. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Preston and his mother visited friends in Jessamine Sunday. - Buggies Our New Spring Stock of D " Fewer Wake Up. Shake It Off. You Need ROOT JUICE-T- he A PRINTER'S DREAM. Before Mating Your Mare, Visit or Write Last evening I was talking With a printer aged and gray. Who told me of a dream he had Wonder Tonic, Bracer Just after Christmaj day. in his olllce The vision came to view; He saw an angel enter, dressed In garments white and new. Said the spirit: "I'm from heaven, The Lord has sent me down To bring you up to glory, Put on your golden crown. "Many merchants you've made richer (From few received full pay;) While you've grown poor and poorer Your business did decay. "So we need you up in glory For you have labored hard Until your brow is hoary You've earned a great reward." Then the angel and the printer Started toward the golden gate; But when passing close to hades The angel murmured, "Wait "Here's a nook I wish to show you It' the hottest place in hell. Where the dubs who beat the printer In awful torment dwell." The printer saw before him Old patrons by the score; An easy chair he grabbed. And asked for nothing more. He sat and sat and watched them. Saw them sizzle, scorch and burn, And his former debtors saw him Whichever way he'd turn. Said the angel: "Come up higher, And the pearly gates we'll see." But the printer only answered "This is heaven enough for me." Ex. While For The Torpid Liver. GLENWORTH We FARMS. Cleanser and Body Purifier. Home of BOHEMIAN KING 2410. have a number of fancilv bred, registered Stallions including 2G04 Director 3657, Pisgah Denmark HIRFPTAR is 15-- 3 and Alhambra 4981. P 0 D unabouts dif- hands, faultless in conformation and type; by uuuiuuii urns nuu, uuiu vcuuay i4u, oy namiett 113. He has proven an excellent sire. PISGAH DENMARK have just arrived from the ferent factories. make your selection. Come and compare our a 16 hand horse of the chestnut color, is by Emerald Chief 1232; dam Belle G.. by Harrison Chief 1606. He is bred right and will, therefore breed right ever-popular jTjjBj I Surely Need Overcome This Tired;Out Feeling." Now's the time to give your body your stomach, bowels, kidneys and blood a good, house cleaning and got rid of the stagnant impurities that you've been storing up all winter. Your whole system is so clogged up that every vital organ in your body is half asleep. That's what makes you feel so lazy, tired and yawny. Your vital energy and steam and vim and are bottled up and corked so tightly with impurities that they can't Ret out. Remove the stopper and watch them sizzle. Watch the lazy, yawny feelings vanish and feel the renovated blood start rushing through your veins. See how quickly your tired nerves will pick up and how wonderfully rested, refreshed you feel after a good night's sleep. ROOT JUICE will show you these results in a few days' time. It's the greatest blood and body renovator, system cleanser, builder, revitalizer and tonic jou ever used in all your life. It wakes up every part and organ in the body and its safe made of Nature's own restoratives roots, herbs, leave3 and barks. It's a new and different kind of tonic, and a wonder. All good druggists sell it on a guarantee to give back every cent it costs if you're not more than satisfied. Get a bottle and try it. Try it just a few days on this guarantee. But remember, get the genuine ROOT JUICE and don't let any unreliable druggist insult you by offering some worthless imitation of his own. Kill The Catarrh Germ-- Use Hyomei. It's the direct-to-the-spot method is a full brother to the celebrated Plaudit, being by Murvpll Kinrf irwl hnvind fnr his ..una ,!,. fV.m ... mimkj " mc; ajnuu3 Rowena T. 4880, by Woodland Echo, by Highland Denmark 730. Will make very attractive fee optional, if desired. ulrluMRRA "-- .e, ....., We have a complete line from which you can 'Oh, Ho, Hum! ROOT JUICE to you breathe it. linewith others. We will guarantee to save you at least 15 per cent on your selection. All styles, colors and prices. Also have us to do your rubber tireing for you. Phone 27. I j Becker, Ballard & Co PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. dangerous to your general health. Begin the Hyomei treatment at once It is one of the easiest, quickest, and surest ways to clear the head and quickly and permanently banish catarrh. Hyomei being medicated air immedi- ately reaches the sore and irritated membrane and tissues-i- ts antiseptic and germicidal healing begins at once, You will surely like Hyomei its lief if not only immediate but lasting, Money refunded by U. E. McRoberts if jou are not satisfied. Get the complete outfit-Sl.- OO size, Druggists everywhere sell Hyomei. e Do not delay and continue to suffer from catarrh, head colds, bronchitis or snides. It is not only needless end annoys your friends, but Full information on request. Your patronage appreciated. Farm us your mares We have a market. Come to the farm There's a welcome for you. Allen S Edeleo, Owner BURGIN, KENTUCKY. Shipoing point: Burgin. HarrodsburR. Danville, Shelby Cit3 Telephone Exchange; Burgin, Darrodsburg and Danville. Telegraph; V. U. L'urgm and Danville. llwrmHMWJlanniwaMn;! mt ,MM. hSH R rifEAUIIEKNVILMi. "I have used Chamberlain's Tablets off and on for the past six years when ever my liver shows signs of being in a Miss Tory Anderson has the measles. Mr. J. J. Thompson has been quite disordered condition. YILLE IN THE kND OF THE SKY Here! I BJ i V" s&F- J ' - LV,- - :w .? Drink this and be refreshed! r. v. J JmJ Jf-vz . H -- .71: lad t& JIB jSlmti Sip by sip here's pue enjoyment cool co- mforta satisfied thirst a contented palate. Demand the genuine ly full name KicVnames encourage substitution. THE Whenever you see an of Coca-Co- la. COCA-COL- A COMPANY ATLANTA, GA. Arrow think Diaw A Check for the money you owe and note how much more res- pectfully your creditors regard you They like to do business with a man who has an account at the Garrard Bank & Trust Co. They know he is doing business in a business like way. Better open such an account even if your affairs are not large. They wil grow all right. Defendant. HAMM A.CK Pursuant to a judgment rendered at the March Term, 1914. the undersigned Commissioner will sell at Duhlic auction Mr. and Mrs. R. F. J'atsons visited Mrs. M. 0. Kennedy and sister Miss before the Court House Door in Lan Mr. C. Dillon and wife Sunday. caster, ivy., o ciock a, ju. or Flossie May Sutton, of Bryantsville, thereabouts, at n on Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Hamtr.iLck made a flying trip to Lowell Sunday evening. visited friends here Sunday. MONDAY, MAY 25, 1914. Mr. and Mrs. Pruitt Thompson went it being the first day of the Garrard Nellie lieazley and Georgie jsses to Frankfort on the excursion Satur- County Court Term, the real estate r)ill0 visited Miss Myrtle Parsons Sun- day from Lancaster. They report a mentioned in the pleadings and desI cribed as follows: Same being a house day. nice time. i in the city of Lancaster, Garrard !Hfcr j Mrs. Sam Hall visited her tlrtup County. Kv".. two lots. thP first being Several of our leading farmers have part of Mrs. Jack Roberts baturciay anu sun- the lot sold to Madisoll Baker purchased automobiles and others have by the Trustees of .the Lancaster day. D. M. Anderson is the cemetery and part of the Dophny lot the fever. Robert Hammack of Cartersville latest buyer, purchasieg a nice Over- and I'OUnded as follows: Beginning at the Northeast end of said lot; thence called to see his aunt S. E. Hammack land. West 40 feet; thence a straight line to evening. Sunday The following attended the buria! Of the railroad; thence with the railroad Miss Faye Tudor is expected home Mr. H. H. Baker, at Mt. Verne. Sat- to the Southeast corner of the Dophny Friday from Florida where she has urday; Messrs. J. H. and Legah Thomp- lot; thence with tha Eastern line thereof to the beginning. The deed to which been visiting her uncle Mr. Jqhn Car- son and Miss Lucile Thompson, Mr. and is dated March 5, 1S69, and recorded in Mrs. J. F. Thompson, of Sweeney, and Deed Book page 119, Garrard County penter. Mrs. Hayden.Leavell, of Lancaster. Clerk's office. The second lot is in the Mr. and. Mrs. W. H. Furr and Mr. said town of Lancaster, Kv., onBuford Longsworth were visiting and Mrs. street adjoining the before mentioned lot and bounded on the North by Sunday at String Town near Dripping by Gregory street, Springs. If You Suffer Any Stomach lot, the L. &on the East track; on the N. Railroad West by Maggie Burdett property, and Mrs. James Pointer has a valuable Agony the same property conveyed by T. B. turkey hen. one morning last week she Robinson as sheriff of Garrard County, laid a double egg and same day laid an Take Now Perfectly Harmless Ky., by deed to Jeffery Moors of reegg. other cord in Deed Book no. 10. page 289, Garrard County Clerk's office. bnt acts Quickly and Eflectvely. Beaz-le- y Misses Myrtle Parsons, Nellie The purpose of this sale is to divide and Georgia Dillon and Mr. Robert When you feel nervous, blue, irrit- the proceeds received from the sale of Parsons Jr. called on Miss Ida Hurt able, tired and dizzy when you have the property among the parties entitled to receive the same, after paying Sunday evening. headaches, sour stomach, heartburn and the costs and the debts adjudged pains in the colon and bowels you are against the interest of certain parties suffering in the colon and bowels you herein. Ckarateilain's liniment. TERMS. at once. need This preparation is intended especially The sale will be made on a credit of a is not a cure-al- l but a spefor rheumatism, lame back, sprains and cific for stomach ills. It builds up and six months and the purchaser will be like ailments. It is a favorite with strengthens the stomach walls and required to execut bond with approved security for the purchase price, due in people who are well acquainted with glands, improves quickly the digestive G months after date bearing interest at Mrs Charles system and assists nature to properly 5 perct. per annum from date until paid its splendid qualities Manner, wauasn, inu., says 01 u, i digesl and assimilate the food thus in- said bond having the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution have found Chamberlain's Liniment suring good health. may issue, payable to W. II. Brown. the best thing for lame back and sprains Do not suffer another day. Get a Master Commissioner of the Garrard I have ever used. It works like a fifty cent box of Tablets from Circuit Court, and a lien will be reserv charm and relieves pain and soreness. R. E. McRoberts. Keep them with you ed upon the property sold until all the It has been used by others ot my constantly they will help you get well purchase money is paid. W. H. Brown, M. C. G. C. C, family as well as myself for upwards and strong and immediate relief is sure. Attorney. 25 and 50 cent bot of twenty jea.-s.- " costs nothing? H. C. Kauffman, not benefited If Cap't Am. Bourne, Auctioneer. tles. For sale by all dealers. Bu-fo- rd Mi-o-Mi-o-Mi-o-Mi-o-m sick. Mrs. J. J. Thompson, who has been sick, is better. Miss Larue Traylor, of Paris, visited Airland Mrs,. W. P. White. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cress visited Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Owens Sunday. Services at the M. E. church Sunday by the pastor, Rev. R. H. Baird. Miss Nell Newland, cf Cedar Creek, visited her sister, Mrs. V. C. Cum mins. Mr. Josiah Anderson' of Lincoln Co., visited his brother, D. M. Anderson and family. Misses Eva Merriman and Osa Dudde-ra- r, of Spainey, were attending church here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Morgan, of Point Leavell, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Thompson. They have always acted quickly and given me the desired reliet," writes Mrs. F. II irubus, bpnngville, N. Y. For sale by all dealers. the one place you will most enjoy a vacation xor rest or recreation. We have not the space here to tell of the glories of the western North Is Carolina mountains. Commissioner Sale Of Land. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT, Henry Owens, et a). Plaintiffs. vs Ed Owens, et al, Defendants, and W. H. Harris, Plaintiff, vs on cross-petitio- LIVE IN THE OPEN HUNTING TENNIS MOUNTAIN CLIMBING RIDING MOTORING DRIVING GOLF OTHER NOTED RESORTS Hendersonville, Br-- v. Waynexville. Hot Springs, Tyron, Saluda, Flat Rock I'nxaw MANY EXCELLENT HOTELS REACHED BY THROUGH SERVICE Jeff Moore, OF SOUTHERN PREMIER CARRIER OF THE SOUTH B. H. Todd, D. P. A. Louisville, Ky. RAILWAY addre. L For further information fee local agent, or -M It speaks to the heart through the pocket-booThat's why the Ford is afriend to thousands the world over. What any other car will do the. Ford will do and more at a fraction of the cost. Buy k. to-da- y. Five hundred dollars is the price of the Ford runabout ;the touring car is five fifty; the town car seven fifty--f- . o. b. Detroit, complete with equipment. Get catalog and particulars from The Madison Garage, Richmond, Ky; Incorporated. Or Conn's Garage, Lancaster, Ky. gpsnaaaKdESaEafifc &mzmmmmgmM$mEm -- Ii ura &S m lirai iAf& oTr i trw.waif $W$T$lJ 7073. OF sr&sv sbum d s jMmVAf I 1H MBggMgaZB INI II III III III I 'I jj The Garrard Bank & Trust Company THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Nature is constantly trying to Teear oat your house constantly gnawing away at wood and paint, at brick and mortar. The best material is not too .good to withstand these assaults. WASHINGTON if deals fcxs, Prhtti !itl $2.50, $3.00 up. M Jit Pennsylvania Avenue, at !8th & H. Sts. m 1 ft r 1 3" "3 RATES: Rims, OittEbl Bift ;$1.50, $240 up. Hanna's Green Seal Paint watching the wear of the different compounds until the perfect combination of lead, oil and zinc has been found. It is smooth, free spreading, elastic and durable. Formula on every -- Capital $50,000. A. R Surplus $30,000. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. JENNY, President. J. E. STORMES. Vice Pres't. is a scientifically determined is the result of many years of experiment Tvear-reslstcr. of It OVERLOOKS WHITE HOUSE. Elegant Appointments, Palm Court, Indian Grill Room, Tea Room.' 'Colonial Furnishings, Library, Grand Pipe Organ, Orchestra. Write for Illustrated Booklet "B" with small map. R. T Jmbry, Ass't Cashier. J. L. Gill, Book-Keepe- r. Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes For Rent. package. FORSAtEBY YOUR BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. CONN BROTHERS CLIFFORD M. LEWIS MANAGER. The Central Record, Thursday May 7 1914. Page 3 Cure the liver and you cure the bird. Mparltr all poultry troubles are due to a disordered liver. Thousands oF poultry raisers who use it a'l year round to keep their flocks in good health, highly recommend D. D. D. & PRESCRIPTION NEW WAY FOR FATTENING HOGS for IS years The Standard Skin Remedy BIDS FAIR TO MAKE KENTUCKY Instant Relief for all Skin Troubles R. E. McRoberts, Lancaster, Ky. THE BIGGEST HOG RAISING STATE Have You Poultry Troubles ? BeeDee STOCK S POULTRY .MEDICINE is a splendid cure lor livir trouble, roup and chickci cliolerx Given rejulir'y with the leeJ. in small dose, it aIo makes an excellent Ionic. F. I. Stowe. Purcell. Okla. Schulz's Cut FSowers FLORAL DESIGNS. ' All orders filled with Nice,Choice Flowers v Phone 43 or 339-F- . All orders are appreciated 'WPWjf Plans Already On Foot To Utilize Every Pound of Distillers' gT7y "i In Strong Editorial The Bourbon Stock Journal Points Out Great Possibilities For Farmers To Fatten Hogs Much Quicker and Cheaper On Dried Distillers' Grains By-Produ- RAA TfcAp ST0CK & POULTRY WCC MEDICINE "tC It's a Liver Medicine. Also a strengthing Tonic. 25c, 50c and 31. per can. At your dealer's. J ct For Developing the Kog Producing Industry of Kentucky quires so much of what is known as heat producing element in food to give the animal sufficient heat Distillers' dried grains give the farmer every advantage in summer feeding. is plenty of green stuffs, clo-- I , There ver, alfalfa, etc., that can be utilized as a balance. The distillers' grains containing a high percentage of the necessary protein and fat adds fat to the pig rapidly. Actual experiments show that 100 to 123 pounds can be added in about three months with an approximate of $S to $10 profit per hog. It is also shown that about 1 pounds to the hogs can be put on in summer to one in winter, which proves the advantage of feeding in summer rather than in winter. To feed them corn in summer, at best, is very expensive and reduces considerably the possibilities for quick profits. The illustrations accompanying this article were taken at Glendear Stock Farm, property of Hon. V. G. Dearing, Valley Station, Ky., about 12 miles west of Louisville, on the L. H. & St. L. Ry., where about 2,000 hogs are now being fed on distillers' with great success. Drs. Graham and McElyea, of the Kentucky State Agricultural Experiment Station, have visited this farm and were so im-pressed with the great possibilities of distillers' for hog fat- tening, that the State Agricultural Station has had fenced off a smal tract on Glendear Farm, where there is being fed a large number of hogs under state supervision for the pur- -' pose of arriving at a definite conclusion as the relative value of corn and distillers' for fattening purposes. Experiments are also being conducted in other parts of the 3 1 and will be delivered promptly. WILLIE F. MILLER, Agent. State Agricultural Experiment Station Take Hand is used, for the reason that it re- itecon 2:21.. half 1:05. quarter 314, eighth :J5L :Ul. Brown Stallion, 10 hands high, .wigha 1210 KumI, foaltil lf07. Trial I I R, C. TO DO ISmeiii at at The Bourbon Stock Yards Journal, of Louisville, Ky., comes out in a strong editorial by W. A. Burnett on the possibilities afforded Kentucky farmers ifts for making Kentucky the biggest state in the union, utilizing This richly bred Saddle Stallion will make the season of 1914, dried distillers' grains, which, it is said, my stable, on the Buckeye pike, about 2 miles from Lancaster. Ky. can be fed more economically at a great profit than corn. the low price of "During the past several months," says the editor," a number of experiments have been conducted along tin TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. "' . ) I "l-- enmar If Witi lv Toil.l SiSi.'... o O K hog-raisin- g ilon litcoiii .VHSis irunf llln inclod-- I Ins liimslds jim.IihIIh2 loiv.1 Tod.l i:i,ljj. Tlie .Nortlurn ManS HU.IiM rtir Mat J.dJJ, 2:. .' j (Milan .;m. Aihni I Young li-- t ml lieuey 2(4)4. King Bjr Vonns Jim atU. fiI- Ji.lm V.jnl 2'0,.fliM . i Anuii :li,: ,uln99i Sire ufn i .', u. l'.im of iiicluilmc m ,(. , !;- Sin-o- KliiCIlt7i.i) l s. it.;; U. iiciiIIiilf. J?.. H.-.-J. T.mIiI One-tye- d Susan, a fine specimen of .inr -- .vi4, tic. (AIIIeTt-iar-M- 2.ii7J4,Tw'iI I33 W.j.etr. I23Hr .inii4-Han- i llir..rln H i :! lir--ln- I I UlnniKi S. - highly bred registered Tamworth No. 6992, after a fill on distillers' byproduct on Glendear Farm Sire "Kentuckian" No. 4704, Dam Blue Belle No. 4865. Sironi Imi: C.'l)l(12.'l'4.trini14'il "in" ol Al . McGrecori trial si.. I K ! z. .Vif ' ' I ( Hum ol l.i?r.n III. Lim of 111 . olil. .1.1.115 Koiiinrky Pell of I . ICiniMaWilkis $8.00 rtniiMlam oi 2 ' PEDIGREE-Du- kc of Denmark, Jr., by Duke of Garrard, he by the old Duke of Denmark. First dam of Duke of Garrard, the House mare, she sired by old Black Squirrel. First dam of Duke of Denmark, Jr. Anne Bell by Wallace Denmark, and out of Lady Morgan, by old Stonewall Jackson. The Duke is a beautiful rich red bay stallion, 10 years old and has proven to be a sure foal producer and a fine breeder of combined horses. See him you breed. Loin retained on all colts for season mone. Care taken to prevent ac cidents but not responsible should any occur. be-fo- fiy ll.tiulil H). Ureal lmcil in ire lilnl WilktO..'. Sire of ". .Iim-i.i- l 9. Julli. Dnilliy. Ky ut.iii.anl Hearer lidiii '( Jt .rKl.iB'l J..3, !e. In R. C. Todd. I feel that I am oticr mg the handsomest, fastest, best bred and most desirable? Stallion that has ever been placed before the breeders of this and adjoining counties. His sire Todd was one of the gieatest sires of all time, having died atonly eight jears of age and yet sired M in the 2:10 list. Glares 5yiiday9 May I Beazleij I Hisgrandsire Bingen ssiKs'ttreanxPBRtciBKeratTCJXSu :TOOT.rresisis3ga3is?SKgBnssBre SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION Oth. k &- 5 1 2 j m mo .flirt BS23Z Tna Round ns a xA&ZUZl kiim .W.rriTr feffilES; J ti.iMtfjliit wl'wtk.' lih atiTrVj-V- BldJilltiSgfS !. ! - txsussasa W B or .i.J'm E .r4 M f.und Trie I SPECIAL TRA??J a 3nc.vn builVru '. fc.Vii o'mtnivjr i'laVUJ fvvil ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. tr'o'liutf n na ff"nn ve t?r u RflTKaA? fi3EKrtJn; X: 11 .. fa' ?tv n c?ij " '; Si r mm S U Uitfil v- - 4 the 2,000 hogs on Glendear Farm eating dry feed on a v;et day. line of feeding hogs dried distiliers' distillers' grains as a pig feed, which grains. should be of material interest to our "While these experiments have readers." Analytical tests by stock feed ex- not been concluded, they have reached a sufficient stage of deelopment to perts hhow that these grains have warrant the assertion that in the very practically three times the fattening value of corn as it originally comes near future and feeding in from the ear. Kentucky will be on a better and more It is said to be more eas ij digested profitable basis than ever. than the grain in the natural state "Statistics show that there are not as many hogs in Kentucky as there should be; that during the hist few years the production of porkers has been below par as compared with former years. In fact, as hog raisers, Kcntuckians have retrograded rather than progressed, and our neighbors north of the Ohio river have pro- hog-raisin- g A few of ' ' having founded are ot the greatest families in the Stud bock, is the sire of Lilian 1:.jS. the woruls champion. Un his dams side K. C. Todd is decended directly from Harold and Geo. Wilkes, so 't would beem that !.; ,..,., .!. bv riirht of inlirt..inr Imn should become as grr at a sire as Dn-tato- 2.00J. Lesides 0uIt.r ,cll,bor, of hS ri)lmIy ShouM you fail to get a trotter he is a horse of such style, size, and commanding appearance that his get will be in demand on any market. As I have secured this horse so late in the season. I will oiler hn services for this season only, at 320. to Insure LiviiiColt. 1 He will make the seasor.of 101 at my stable just outsiile"ttiL'1 city limits ef Lam aster, on the I;xiiitoii pike. Lien retained on rolts to secuie service fee. Care taken to prevent acci- dents and escapes hut not responsible should any occur. Telephone 353. FOREST STAPP. fiPHM Ml 1 A ill it imn IJ Hill ssias g3rtay ,gpsgTag3i7ass3SrzgjC v aswiAtfspa MMMpni U UMiTMHTiliMlif'3- - WMMMtKlWIfc. mg2s i i. .... 1 r. 'iiiwli try has raising and feeding hogs Xo time in the history of the coun bet-- W", c: " s f & Tf& 1 jtjy ..ASyrtMfSSfrh. Uf &" ' ' T Vsrv 's SK lV(l Si If KernsenR mn usuallv be bought for about half the price of gasoline and iw 5 I I 5? ! Fairbanks - Morse of kerosene as on a will develop as much power on a gallon of gasoline. kerosene engine Bear in mind that in a Fairbanks-Mors- e you have one you can absolutely rely upon. They are fully developed and will do all we claim for them. Equipped with throttling governor and built-i- n magneto. Start easily even in cold weather. While designed especially for kerosene these engines will use either kerosene or gasoline economically. Very simple in construction. All parts accessible. Quiet, smooth running engines that develop full power at low speed. .s Oil Engines gallon r h i s? !8' R m p1 I (l Bros. Haselden Ky. Lancaster, Write for Catalog 21A60 1 s3 S8SSm2SSX3SSSSSSS &W&& wiiT3f&k m rHOW MANY, MANY TIMES YOU NEED SOMETHING OF THIS KIND. TO KILL LICE ON A COLT OR CALF. TO TREAT A CASE OF MANGE OR RINGWORM.TO WASH OUT A CUT OR A SCRATCH, TO iiDISINFECT A WOUND OR A RUNNING SORE OR GALL i : 11 are sure: if you use: KRESO 12jz N9 Jf USEOFTnea'VXkS HOW OFTEN YOU COULD MAKE GOOD , A KLLIABIE. ANTISEPTIC IF YOU ONLY HAD IT. Vs- !ftfc BwJ vHrx r. W L-- KEEP KRES0 DIP N9 ON HANDSS ''iimsSSI ) YOU WltL FINfi IT THF RF5T KINfi OF "INSURANCE AGAINST LOSS FROM PARASITES AND DISEASE. vflp Wmi Win section of the big feeding pen of the State Agricultural Experiment Sta UUilN 1. tion, Glendear Farm, for testing out the value of distillers' ''j ...-for fattening purposes. r,A&L.ciI.UAUl!ttiiT tU., cl Louisville, K.y. and enables the farmer to fatten his state and are watched with great in- hogs in the summer at a great big terest by the state officials, farmers w. saving. In the making of whiskey and distillers. "Homes and How to Paint Them." This valunlile bsov only tne starch or carbohydrates are The distillers say they would much taken from the grain. The protein rather Iet th farmers ccntams iine illuslrations &ud prdctiuilcidvice. Ask us f 01 it fl and fat are left intact. This residue ers nve Z , of their averages about 40 per cent protein . . ,h the benefit export them in dried "c .anfo and fat. uhllo corn in the natural thera at such a Great; MC-- 1 stateaveragesaboutl3perce.it. The as f.ff. case now" ,the drillers' dried grain, therefore, pos- - a4ste a a movement has been started by several responsible parties interested in the development of hog-raising industry of the state, to get ' the farmers, stock raisers and distil-- ) lers together on a basis by which the enormous feed waste in Kentucky dis- tilleries may be utilized at a great profit by the farmers and the state riTrTTTrrtTTTiTI made the greatest hog raising state in the union. More than the equivalent of 30,000 tons of dried distillers' grains must be utilized as feed, destroyed, shipped 13 or exported, as the state law prohibits its being turned out as the form of. slop into streams, killing fish and polluting the water. BH EB hta id Farmers adjacent to all the distilleries in the state are awakening to the Another view of the big hog feeding ranch on Glendear Farm. value of distillers' for and the ravages of Log cholera but sesses about three times the feeding feeding hogs as well as cattle, and - and fattening, value of raw corn, with the dread of hog cholera elimare clamoring for them on every fciated by reason of the serum treat-- ' In the feeding of raw corn great hand. Heretoforo the feeding of slon ment, which is an established fact, and losses result from the imperfect mas-th- e has been limited to cattle, but since I possibilities of obtaining equally as tication of a considerable amount of experiments show that when dried KJll " it good results with the use of dried dis- - j the corn passing through the animal is even more valuable for fattening distillers' grains, which may be fed at without even having been broken, y hogs it is likely that every pound will season of the year, wonderful pos-- ' gested or assimilated. soon be utilized by the farmers inEibilities are offered. Fattening in winter is always ex- - stead of being sent broad or wasted, "Each year there is manufactured in pensive, no matter what kind of feed as now. Kentucky about 30,000 tons of dried rliTsL distillers' grains, practically all of which Is exported to Europe, the largest part going to Denmark, where it 5s used almost exclusively for dairy 1 and pig feed, with exceptionally good results. Denmark is y one of the leading countries in the production of dairy products and bacon of the very best quality; in fact, of such fine quality that Danish products command a substantial premium on the principal European markets. Now, if these dried distillers' grains can be exported to Denmark and there fed profitAll myhousehold and kitchen furniture, all of ably, we Kentuckians have been overlooking 'a great big bet' for a long which is apparently new, 1 Cast Range good as new, 1 time. "In the near future we expect to give family horse for either saddle or harness, 1 set of harsome facts and figures concerning reFeeding distillers' slop at Glendear Stock Farm, a section of the big cent experiments in the use of dried z,uvu lot. buggy almost new, 1 milk cow, 1 ness, one hog-raise- more profitable than in the past five years. Yet from the fact that the attention of many of our best farmers has been turned to crops other than corn, pork profits have decreased materially. Too much stress has been laid on the old saying, "You can t raise hogs without corn." With the large number of distiller.es in this state, and the wonderful offered through feeding of dried distiller's grains, commonly known as dried slop, it looks, to the casual observer, like a new era has dawned for Kentucky hog men. "For many years it has been practically demonstrated that hogs could be well fattened and profitably fed on the ordinary distillery slop, but the facts that worked against it to an great extent were that the distillerits operate during the winter months the worst season of the year to feed hog- pctsi-bilitics MKgWlOT'ilaiaiWrl w unknown or cheap pc'ru: " lio .ol'y. '.fl yW' T""ONT experiment Get Mast.c Pa.nt ii"rit at Irio t,.r: .ird "o iC .i'j.cWv 'M'. mfc assured of fcc3t results and Lstinj; sai Jictioc. ?: WW Let us show jou some Pne color comLin.-.ion- s urr loll you "!! VM - ooui inc HVwiiN-irt1 fntlcr wilier sViaslic i'.nsit ts oId , by us and backed by it3 makers tlic old reliable finis ot WK - A L I Free Illustrated Book I. m i " .,'',, m ''. fr25 rri m 1 ' fflliii , I Dl rii V tV in. uBj Having decided to move West ' tiill ' Saturday &y Will to-da- at o'clock 'prm., offer to the highest and best bidder the following: far-awa- y ttTWr VL ITS A REAL NECESSITY ON EVERY FARM, IV Wl H'l It KINO NO QUESTION 11 'BE SURE ABOUT IT IF YOU USE RIGHT DIP N0.I: KRES0 FOR SALE BY ALL ORUSCISTS. Ml SEND FOR FREE BOOKLETS OH DISEASES OF LIVE STOCK. YOU HAVE THE r'AHIS.E. DAVIS QcCO. OCTROIT. MICH. DCMXTrKNT OF MIMAL THERE IS ALWAYS GOOD MONEY IN HEALTHY, THRIFTY, WEIL KEPT IBtR. LOU5Y.MAN6T, DIRTY, NEGLECTED ANIMALS ARE A LOSING GAME ANYTIME AND ANYWHERE. USE A GOOD DIP AND YOU WILL HAVE NO TROUBLE. SUBSCRIBE FOR II INDUSTRY. The Central Record. CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought saddle, about 50 or 60 fenceposts, 1 lawn mower and lots of items that are noPmentionod in this bill. Terms made known on 1 $130.00 brood sow, 4 nice shoats, dayof sale. R. E. McROBERTS. $1.00 Per Year. Bears the Signature of &&$& Noah Spa.inhower. Page 4 The Central Record, Thursday May 7, 1914 MM ALL WEEK Standing: alone as the Cleanest, Most Moral and Refined Carnival Company on the road. fgESmBwsm.jmmseasf, mRSSBGffl mm 11th, UNDER AUSPICES LOCAL I. m i Monday May Of 0. 0. F. LODGE Carrying1 5 The Best Shows Ever Seen In Lancaster. rSSSSSES3SSt3ESmBBSXSSSSSSe3 KW'jB4MCST55K3Pa Three ft Jtrwii mi Breast Merry T Go Round, N j hi III llll II II II I Ilinill'IIUIII II 1 LE. THE HI will POSITIVELY give a Free High Dive Every Day During The Engagement. This Diver was for three seasons with Adams Carnival Co., and has been seen in Lancaster. Prof. R 0660 LLftS BAND Of Eleven Pieces. - 1 Free Concerts every day, including Sunday afternoon, May 10th at 4- o'clock. Good Music, Good Attractions, Good Order and a Good Time. Everybody knows Littlejohn. Come see him. NOTICE. Internationa! Harvester anure Spreaders All persons having claims against the estate of Mrs. Mary Purciful, will present same to me properly proven and verified. J. E. Robinson, Executor, under will of Mary Purcifull. Twelve Reasons 'Why Yon Should Buy Your Groceries of Us 3t Vn 000eoO00COOOOOOOOi 1 W. M. ELLIOTT, j ;Physician and Surgeon. LANCASTER, KY. Office Phone 6. New Buggy Residence Phone Office OTer to 1 atorffles-DrKRMsru 220. iggssssa CRAW AND HAT MACHINES ThelHCLine Biojert, Rupert Headm. Mowers Ralet. Stackers Haj Laaeers 117 Preaies CORN MACHINES MSJ HT'?Wiif?y"V..v ffi?Fia?i L FOR SALE. Only been used a short time Office Hours a.m to 12 lpm JTT' tJi" - ; 1V and is in perfect condition. Will sell at a bargain. J B. Phone i"- JVo. 1. BECAUSE back of this store stands tho personal integrity of the management. Wo have emphatically im V( 1 J STEEL frame on steel wheels that lasting basis on which Inter- Henry Duncan. A. M. BOURNE 3J1. "WA.J1TJBIB DENTIST. ti5. Lancaster, Ky. H. J. PATRICK, PlaBtcn, Biaaera, Eaftlare Satlleri. pKVeri Cetera Snrtdderl Caltintort national manure spreaders are built. All parts, including box, beater, spreading mechanism, apron, are built by experts, using best materials, from careful designs based on field tests. Every detail is strong and durable, built for long life and ease of draft. Among the features that will interest you are these: Simple mechanism, all of stel; frotected beater driving insuring traction; reversibla on rear axle, gear and worm; low, easily loaded box.with ample clearance underneath; end gate, preventing clogging of beater while driving to the field; etc. All styles are in the I H C spreader line.higk and low, endless and reverse apron, and various sizes for small aEd large farms. Our catalogues will tell you more. Write for them and let us tell j'ou also where you may see I H C manure spreaders. Auctioneer. Good Service. Dentist. Pamt Lick, Kentucky. & . Prices Right. 354-- A Great Industry! pressed tho value of honesty upon all our employees. Phone Lancaster, -- Kentucky. TILLAGE Per. Oil S.riar-T..- t. aad Disk Harrewl Cultivator CENTRAL LINE and Gat Earuieg Oil Tracton Kassre 5preadera Craaat Separator Farm Waeaat Meter Tracks Toretcart Crab DiiTj Feed Griadert Knit. Griaiers BlfidcfTlTiS. Our facilities for doing first-clas- s Ko cheap work are unsurpassed. Our establishment is equipped with the best and are tolerated. most modem appliances for doing all kinds of Cleaning, and Pressing every department is I. Office: Office Hours trickster's methods Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, K. Denny aiiJ Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Office Doclors Of Denial Surgery. Storines Building orei Hurt f A. Wheeler .t Ander-oii- Operated By Experts whe thoroughly understand the business. Every garment that leaves our shop is absolutely Clean and Spotless. Satisfaction guaranteed. Prices reasonable. Come in and see us. at Rainey s Livery Stable. -- Fariumre Balls Grocery. Lancaster, - -- - Kentucky LANCASTER, - KENTUCKY. International Harvester Company of America JSS5! corora'.ed) itrn -'i J R BEAZLEY E. TV. Morrow, Graduate Optician Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. ucaapioa ueerusg New Albany ... rr incwrmcx . muwiiate .! Incu T - uasorac . DIi .- - mm x&uzzyl. xgttJW'ili 31 Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co LOUIS FAULKNER, Mgr. Phone 230, Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 27. Residence Phone 3 and DesignecD. A.7S-jsaxs:saBSSfmtand THE NEW Opposite Post Office. LANCASTER XY. P2tented,i 1887 mLjsssi i tlifl33Kritvl jgjg-gjjjjjjglgtjy Personal Stationery Should be Engraved Embossed nowadays. or Barber Shop Bath In Connection. TREE Strawberry Plants Fruitand Shade Trees Shrubs, Asparagus, Phubarb, Grape Vines Roses, Peonies, Phlox, Etc. Everything for Orchard. Lawn and Garden. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. Twenty-seve- n Years Ago the first Cortright Metal Shingles were put on. J. E. Seale,Prop "That's WE you on weight or purposely weigh you more than you ask for. Such Just the HONESTY doesn't pay. FULL WEIGHT, and we Weight You LUTELY give give a half pound too much don't purposely in order to charge you a few cents more. Asked For" YOU weigh US on TRIAL. Davidson & Doty. "We (m ' I They're still on still in good condition, and the only attention they've had is an occasional coat of paint In addition to the lasting qualities, they're Fireproof, Stormproof and inexpensive. For Sale by l It reflects good taste and at once creates a favorable impression. Suppose you come and see the many beautiful samples we have and get our prices. don't like to say it, but It's true that some meat dealers either skimp DISABSO- MONEY5 EverSince Standard The WlTJIIO 1 IK ,tMG Z& :v i : We tell you how. nnd rjav rjestmarVf prices. We are dealers; established THE Local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Company, 50 North 23rd Street. Philadelphia. Central Record. In 1S54: and can do BETTER far vn than agents or commission mer- cnants. Keiercncesany DanKlnlsu-isvill- e. Write for weekly price list. M. SABEL & SONS & 33 E. Rarkit St. LOUISIIUE, IT. H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. I U'liers in niuts, wuuu Lexington, Kentucky. Nurserymen since 1841. ' The Central Record, Thursday May 7 1914. Children Cry for Fletcher's being Richard Hugh Martin, but, upon the insistence of his manager, who thought Hugh Martin was not a good stage name, he adopted the nane by which he has become famous. He loves devotedly his native state and people, and is eagerly looking forward to his visit to Kentucky for Lexington's May Festival. While he is Well-known Artists Secured for idolized in .New York and has achieved great triumphs in London, it is said that the plaudits which are to him Lexington's May Festival the sweetest are those which come from the people of his own state. Mr. Martin has been with the Metropolitan Opera company for the past RICCARDO MARTIN TOP LINER five seasons and has won his renown In the most popular operas of the Italian and French schools. He Is partlc- - Page 5 (Twelve Reasons Why Yob MUSICAL TREAT gxgsa3assysvT NOW ASSURED v.xxxcccccsJSC Tlio Kind You Have Always Bought, in use lor over ISO and which has been years, has bornotho signature of ana lias been made under his personal SUDCrvision slum its iufnnpv. 'M Allow no one to tleralvn von in tills- All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-goo- d " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. for Castor Oil, Pare goric, lrops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Fcvcrishness. For more than thirty years it lias boon in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatidcncy, Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTOR I A Castoria is a harmless snbstitute Kentucky Singer Is Known as the "American Caruso" and Is Considered Country's Greatest Tenor. Other Soloists of Note, Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and Two Choruses Fill Out Attractions May 12 and 13. Lexington is coming to the front this season with the most ambitious' music festival ever attempted in Kentucky outside of Louisville, and equal in point of merit, if not in number of days, to the May festivals for which Cincinnati is so Justly celebrated. Having taken on city proportions with her new skyscrapers, the music loving people of the Blue Grass Capital, liberally backed financially by her leading citizens, have determined to make Lexington's second May Music Festival the greatest musical event which the people of central Kentucky have ever enjoyed. In the selection of artists and other attractions no expense has been spared, and the opportunity will be the best that the people of central Kentucky have ever had both in point of artistic merit, and in cost of attendance. GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS and Is now the soloist for the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. Mrs. Dantzler's native state Is Texas. She possesses a voice of great natural strength and quality, which has been trained during the past nine years under some of the best masters in Germany. She is now singing on the concert stage. Mr. Frank Croxton, formerly of Lexington, now of New York, is one of the best known vocalists In Amer ica. His superb bass voice growln strength and richness every year and his varied repertory, ranging from the most sublime in music composition to the daintiest lyrics, makes him an ideal concert artist and he never fails to win the hearts and plaudits of his audience. . The Big May Festival Chorus. BECAUSE back of this store A very notable feature of the festival will be the big chorus of over two stands: tho personal integrity of hundred voices, composed of the best singers In Lexington and Frankfort, tho management. which will render Gade's great can"We tata, "The Crusaders," on the evening have emphatically imof May 12. Gade is a modern composer and many critics regard "The pressed the value of honesty upon Crusaders" as his masterpiece. It is undoubtedly a great composition and all our employees. has been produced with marked sucNo cheap trickster's methods cess in many of the larger cities. The Lexington and Frankfort choruses are tolerated. have been working very Industriously for weeks, under the inspiring and enthusiastic leadership of Mr. Har-low-e F. Dean, now instructor of vocal music in the Arts club in Lexington. 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Such Just the HONESTY doesn't pay. We LUTELY give FULL WEIGHT, and we Weight You don't purposely give a half pound too much in order to charge you a few cents more. Asked For" YOU weigh US on TRIAL. Davidson & Doty. don't like to say it, but it's true that some meat dealers either skimp Schulz's Cut Flowers C& ularly impressive as Don Jose in "Carmen," Rhahdames In "Aida," as Faust, as Rudolfo in "La Boheme," Mario in "Tosca," Des Grieux in Manrico in "II Trovatore," Canio in "Paglia;ci," Turiddu in "Cavaleria Rusticana," Captain Pink-erto- n in "Madam Butterfly." Martin often sings at the Sunday night concerts at the Metropolitan in New York, and when he does he never fails to be be rewarded with ovations. He invariably sings arias from the operas which he has helped to popularize. During the height of the season, Martin sings occasionally at the musicales of the eastern millionaires, and for these he receives record fees. Mr. Martin was first engaged to sing in the Royal Opera at Covent Garden during the season of 1910, and his success was so great that he was for the following RICCARDO MARTIN. year. The dates seclected are May 12 and The London Leader had this com13. The first performance will be on ment: "The cast of 'Pagliaccl' was the evening of Tuesday, May 12, at 8 strong and familiar except for the o'clock. There will be an afternoon Canio of Mr. Martin. He was very concert on Wednesday, May 13, at 2 p. m., and in the evening at 8 p. m. All of the concerts will be at the Auditorium in Woodland Park, which has a seating capacity of about sixteen hundred. The star attraction of the festival will be RIccardo Martin, "the AmeriK can Caruso," of the Metropolitan Opera company of Xew York. Mr. Martin is a "Kentucky Boy." He was JBE?P4BBBaffii born in Hfckinsville and spent his early boyhood days there. He later lived a portion of his youth at Nashville. He developed a remarkable talent for music while very young, but his talents were first displayed as a sIBBBBhBBBB5? pianist and composer. He was poor, "fcsx; ? but his obvious ability enlisted the interest and support of influential friends and h went to New York, where he became a pupfl of the late Edward A. MacDowell, then professor of music at Columbia university. It was not until he had written a number of excellent compositions that he SIGNOR PIER TIRINDELLI, was persuaded that he possessed an unusual voice, which he decided to Director of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. cultivate. He spent several years vigorous and dramatic, and sang with great fervor. He carried the house completely with him in his soliloquy at the end of the first act, and was recalled again and again." Next to the acquisition of RIccardo Martin, the most notable feature of the May Festival will be the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, being the summer contingent of the big winter orchestra, in which are kept together its best artists. This is one of the most famous symphony orchestras in the world and is the pride and boast of Cincinnati. The services of SIgnor Pier Tirindelli, a celebrated director, have been procured especially for the Lexington May Festival. This will be a welcome announcement to the many music lovers who are no doubt familiar with his distinguished ability. Among the best features of the festival will be Mr. Julius Sturm, and Mr. Emil Heermann, violinist, who come with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. Both of JULIUS STURM, Cellist. these artists possess high merit. Mr. abroad under able masters, and since Sturm is regarded as one of the finest his debut he has risen rapidly until cellists in this country, and Mr. he now occupies a position of prereputation is equally secure eminence on the operatic stage. In here and abroad. Their work in solo the judgment of many critics, he is and duet with orchestra accompanichallenging Caruso for first place as ment will be a rare treat. the greatest living operatic tenor. It The other soloists who have been was Henry T. Flnck, the famous mu-ti- c engaged for the festival are Miss critic of the New York Evening Etta Mastin, soprano; Mrs. Mary Post, who first hailed Martin as "The Dantzler, contralto, and Mr. Frank American Caruso," and he is univers- Croxton, basso. Miss Mastin is a ally conceded to be the one great rising young artist, whose recent work tenor which this country has ever gives promise of landing her among produced. the big operatic stars of the country. RIccardo Martin was known in boy- She has recently completed a concert hood as Hugh Martin, his full namo tour with many laurels to her credit. ".Ma-non," n UeuiVSLL LANCASTER. V - , Record. KENTUCKY. INCOHPORATED $1.00 Per Year In Advanee. MISS ETTA MASTIN, Soprano. 9BH" SIPT l fe'i?llm-'BaBBBBBBP- where he directed very large chor- uses. Children's Chorus. At the matinee performance on Wednesday, May 13, two of the numbers will be a chorus by two hundred children of the Lexington public schools under the direction of Mr. C. F. Croxton. The singing by the children will be a very unique and attractive feature, as it will be the largest trained chorus of children ever heard in this section of the state. The Program In General. The exact arrangement of the program for each of the concerts has not been finally decided on. But an outline of the programs can be given now: Tuesday Evening Riccardo Martin will sing an aria from one of the big operas and a group of songs. The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra will render several selections. Mr. Julius Sturm will give a group of cello solos. The big chorus, made up of Lexington and Frankfort singers, will produce "The Crusaders," the solo parts being taken by Mr. Riccardo Martin, Miss Etta Mastin and Mr. Frank Croxton. Wednesday Matinee .The .Symphony Orchestra, the cello and violin soloists. Miss Etta Mastin, Mrs. Mary Hawkins Dantzler, Mr. Frank Croxton, and the Children's Chorus will render a miscellaneous and very delightful program. Wednesday Evening There will be several numbers by the Symphony ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING. Lei 'Ifs Serve YOVT DC w.eiuiLS 1BZ . 31 IBC :c :Li OUR BEST POSTIVELY THE BIGGEST VALUE OF STANDARD PUBLICATION Not OFFER EVER OFFERED Good After May, 23, 1914 LE Violinist. Orchestra, solos by Mr. Sturm and Mr. Heermann, and several groups of songs by Mr. Croxton and Mr. Martin EMIL HEERMANN. in solo. M y, HALF FRIGE. $1.00 monthly Heer-mann- 's The prices for the several concerts will be very reasonable, as compared with prices charged in other cities, and will place them within the reach of all. General admission will be 50 cents. Reserved seats may be had from 75 cents to $2.50 for the evening performances, and 75 cents to $2 for the matinee. Season tickets will be from $3 to $5, according to loca tion, a season rate not being given on the lower priced seats. Inquiries for seats should be addressed to the Ben All Theater, Lexington, where the seats are now on sale. year TheJCentral Record-o- ne year The Weekly Enquirer-o- ne one year and Fireside, Farm Household Journal and Floral Life, Poultry Husbandry, monthly To-Da- 1.00 .50 .25 y' s Magazine; monthly Regular value Our Special Bargain .50 .50 $3.75 Price For Ail, One Year ONLY $1.70. well-known FLORAL DESIGNS. 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MEETING CLOSED. The protracted meeting at the Bap a year. tist church closed last Sunday night ' PRESIDENT WILSON BIG FEATURES OF THE FORTHCOMING TURNER. After an illness of many years, Thomas Turner died at his home in Lexington Saturday afternoon at 5 o'clock. Mr. Turner was a native of Garrard County, having moved to Lexington in He was a member of the Mt. 1910. Hebron Baptist church, but. for many years had been unable to attend, He bore his sufferings at all times with much fortitude. He is survived by his wife Mrs. Lucy Turner and six children, Gilbert Turner, of Scott Countv, James H. of Garrard County, John T. of Lexington, Mrs. Noah Marsee and Mrs. Joe Turner of Lancaster, Mrs. J. S. Carpenter of Versailles, also a number of grand. children. After funeral services at the grave conducted by Rev. J. W. Mahan, assisted by Rev. C. S. Ellis of Paint Lick and Rev. J. W. Beagle of Lancaster the remains were laid to rest in the family lot in the Lancaster E. ROBINSON. Editor. R. L. ELKIN. Business Manager. Entered at the Post office In LanraMer, as Sccond-l'- J. with about forty additions to the church. A large crowd witnessed the immer- sion of 27 candidates at the river last SELECTS GOVERNING BOARD Sunday afternoon. To Handle Regional Banks. CHA0TAU00A PROGRAM HERE ARE ANNOUNCED Ky Member Kentucky President Wilson has selected five Signor Dante and His Band. Orchestral Beckham will speak at men, who with Secretary of the TreaMusic and Well Known Lecturers. l HUd the court house in Stanford next Sat sury McAdoo and Controller John Skelton Williams will compose the Eighth District Publishers League. urday May 9th in the interest of his Announcement has just been authorIncorporated. : candidacy for the United States Senate. Federal Reserve Board. The men to Lancaster, Ky., May 7. 1914. whom the places have been offered ized of some of the principal features Gov. Beckham has some warm friends WHOLESALE GROCER'S. RICHMOND. KY. here for '""""' 1' in Lincoln county who will doubtless have not as yet signified their intention of the Redpath Chautauqua of accepting, hence official announce- this season. The program is brim full Rates For Political Announcements interest themselves in seeing that he ment of the appointments have not as of good things. There will not be a dull good crowd. For Precinct and Citv OHices . . .S 5.00 has a yet been made. The men decided upon hour from start to finish. 10.00 or County Offices it aTjrkirrrrxsmfPTrC7TiASi9ijBS'ii..SMViAW'KarvA ngr One of the big features of Chautauqua are Richard Olney of Massachusetts, 15.00 For State and District Offices Secretary of State under Grover Cleve- Week here will be the appearance of COT WORMS. B. F. HUDSON, President. J. J. WALKEK, Vice Prest. .10 For Calls, per line Signor E. Forcelatti Dante and his band land, to be Governor of the board. ap Cut worms have made their 10 W. O. Rigney, As3't Cash'r. Joe J. Walker, Jr., For Cards, per line Paul Moritz Warburg of New York, each member of which is a real musipearance and are creating havoc among For all publications in the interS member of banking firm of Kuhn, Loeb cian, well trained and with a keen apW. F. CHAMP. Cashier. However, with & Co the early gardeners. est of individuals or expresHarry A. Wheeler of Chicago, preciation of his art. the first real warm weather they will President sion of individual views, per Signor Dante, at the age of seven, ORGANIZED 1SS3. of the Union Trust Co. 10 disappear, and it is to be hoped this will line W. P. C. Harding of Birmingham Ala. was a student in the Conservatory of 05 happen before corn begins to come up. President of the First National Bank Naples and graduated from that college Obituaries, per line re to gird- , Another source of annoyance at the age of seventeen. Ten years of Birmingham. (S MURPHY. leadis coming jenew which is appearing in large numDr. Adolph Gashar Miller of San later he began his work as a band The "chicken question" ,s l,lt- - "lu ls"'u'"-- smjicu uuuu OF LANCASTER. KY. gj much into the Iimelight of late. "C,B Francisco Cal. now assistant to Secre- er. Signor Dante is also a greatsoloist, verj Cornelius W. Murphy, for the past 30 ougs. inese peats seem to come up his skill with a trombone being widely a resident of Garrard county who moved tary Lane, Secretary of the Interior. So complex became the question of civil Upon the new board will fall the duty commented upon bv leading musicians. to Lexington a few months ago to make rights for chickens down in Trigg,"." and destroy every "" tlon- semblance of Extreme care is taken in the arrangecount . that it was determined to sub-- , of establishing the new banking system This bank is supervised by the United States Government They do not confine their through the medium ot the twelve ment of Dante's programs. Some popu- his home died in that city on April 2Gth nut the question to the voters for set- - Sreen- to potatoes, but will destroy regional banks, which have heretofore lar music will be played, but special at- from an illness of over two years. Your deposits are thus guarded; safety should be first in all Accordingly an election was ravages tlement Mr. Murphy was born in Cork Ireland tomatoes or almost any lli.ngg.een. An things. Deposit with us, and you can help C3, and we can help you. jf held at which every one in Cadiz the designated These men will also tention will be directed to classical on July 4. 1S40, being the youngest of ari apphcat.on of pans green will been Seat, including suffragettes, nd will pieces. Grand opera selections will be six children all of whom are now dead. Count Make this bank YOUR bank. the,n- - ani1 "ill do no harm to constitute the govering board ' k'st'white and colored, were allowed to vote thl? have a wide scope of authority in the presented with a brilliancy and power, ! Ho was the son of Conner and Margaret QxiSSLiBLe3ySa8iaErE3!k!!a-ailS!B!?T2BTB&ariSaj?0U1'S vcgctat.on. l upon the question as to whether or not , issuance of currency, the regulation of sure to enthuse fii audience. O Connell Murphy, his mother being run at California, closely related to Daniel O'Connell and chsrkens .houki be allowed to At Venice, in Southern the twelve regional banks and the large. The white vote stood 103 in "COLLEY general supervision of the monetary where from SO.000 to 100,000 people his father took an important part in the HOSPITAL" favjr of a prohibitory ordinance and 73 gather each Sunday to hear band music last revolution in Ireland. Two of his j system of the country. The home of Mr. J. D. Gulley in and watch the wavers of the Pacific roll brothers were executed by the English agii.nst it, while the colored people for the freedom of Lancaster, which was formerly The up on the sweeping beach, Dante is a government for their part in this strug- vcu J almn-- t favorite and at Denver also his concerts gle. When a boy Mr. Murphy came to their faonte fowl, there being one Lancaster Hospital, was on Tuesday again converted into a hospital when were enjoyed each afternoon and even- this country and attended the schools in Ice cc .i 'ed sister voting for the ing for wteks. of theordinance and 123 against Dr. Jfckson of Danville and Elliott of New York City and Baltimore. By visit this place operated on the three little The Bolander Orchestra, another fea- ing in the South just prior to the Civil it grandsons of Mr. and Mrs. Gulley, z' th"-tojp,?pi i ture of the forthcoming program, will War he espoused its cause, and enlisted 4.i ....-.,- tlia ..litt'on lints lipn rftnJeff Sydney and Hubert Dunn, sons of soon begin its fifth year as a musical as First Lieut, in Company F. US Vir- -' sidt red .f too little moment to devote1! Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Dunn of Lexington, TO BE OILED DURING The members of thiii ginian which was a part of Armstead organization. s.mr nt the editorial columns of tin r and Horace Boggs Gulley of this place. company are all born musicians. Their Brigage and Picketts Division. He saw Coming Summer. news: i r- - to. but so grave has the The joungsters were suffering with father, John A. Bolander, is a violin service from the first battle of Bull Run i.......mn iHnt .'.n tho f!nnrier 'adenoids, and Horace Boggs alto had '. A movement is on foot to oil the muker. While mere children they all until Lee's surrender, he was severely i has devoted space on more tnani Jou one tonsil removed. The wee young- ... ..i,:Aa' " streets of Lancaster, and it is a move- bttgan to play musical instiuments. wounded six times, thres times in the is of more sters stood the ordeal with a fortitude ment which should be joined in by every Adeline Bolander at the age of seven charge at Gettysburg. S nous, the question A square, house presents 2 particularly violin to play in Many not often exhibited by persons much citizen of the community. It is the years used a half-size- d Soon after the surrender he was marir.cme- - t than one might thinkpleasing appearance painted : Body, deep pearl siray; trim,1 restricting chickens to en-- 1 their elders. They are all three doing cheapest and most logical method for public at recitals. tow .s ried in Lynchburg Va. to Miss Sallie E. nicely and will be able to resume their white; blinds, green; roof, weathered; sash, white. These In their program the membres of this Cox who was of an old distinguished getting rid of the obnoxious and germ clobun during the gardening teason, play in a very short time. colors arc obtained by mixing laden dust, it is far more efficacious company arrange themselves first into Virginia family. To this union one son thi? l'an Is meeting with considerand than sprinkling and much cheaper, and a brass and string orchestra and later was born, Walter R., who is now a able ai proval among the citizens. The Jike all other complex quesanother gieat argument in its favor is into an all string orchestia. prominent business man of that city. question GROWING MORE CORN. tions, has two sides, the exclusive the conservation of the water supply.' 1 hey render such selections as the His soon, Mr. Murphy spent Dutch Doy Painter Trade Mark There has been several car loads of An th.. h.ttnr i i.vU-nsomething to he Sextette from "Lucia", the "Poet and 13 years traveling, visiting nearly every raiser of fowls holding to the giving will corn for feeding puryoses shipped into considered, for if the neonle persist in Peasant" by Verdi, "Orpheus" from country on the Globe. On March 3 1SSG, the chickens the right to roam at and pure linseed oil and adding the necessary tinting colors.' through the neighborhood, regardless Lancaster this past winter, which looks exercising the sprinkling privilege, un Offenbach, "The Bohemian Girl", by he married Mrs. Lydia Beaumont Dunn Such paint wears well and looks well while it wears. It much likt ''carrying coals to New- - restrained as they did last year, the Balfe and a string number "Humors- OI YVIiai Ills neighbors may be attempt-- ! very of this county, who with four children is the best protection ajainst sun and storm and is suited ' castle, , and the tact has brought our Pacific ocean would soon b exhausted que" by Dvorack. ,n.r tn miP while that same neiehbor survive him, Robert E. L., a lawyer of j to any house, for you can tint it any color. Geo. L. McXutt, who is to be one of Lexington, John D. and Misses Mary assumes a directly opposite stand upon farmers to a realization of the fact by such a drain upon it. Come in and let us talk over the colors and cost of paint for your that unless more corn is raised in the The oiling of streets has been looked the lecturers at this Chautauqua, has E. and Rosa L. the question. house. Also get your copy of the "Owner's Ia.r.t Guide." Lancaster has no governing ordinance county, the stock raising industry will upon as a very expensive undertaking, been upon the platform for years and Funeral services were conducted at j suffer in consequence. The result is when in fact the reverse is the case. few men have more return dates than his residence, a Solemn High Mass of ' upon her statute books for the restriction of fowls, but upon the urgent de- that much more corn, or a much larger The oil is very cheap, and the labor he. He is known as the "Dinner Pail Requiem was sung in St. Peters church j mand of her citizens upon the members acreage of corn, will be raised in Gar- and expense of spreading it is nominal, Man". for the repose of his soul, and after his ic Mr. McNutt was a farmer boy, Hoos-ie- r remains was followed to the Catholic of th citv council, one could be very rard county than in several years. and when the comfort obtained is taken This does not mean a curtailing of into consideration, the expense dwindles We have an ordiDouglas County, 111. A Cemetery by his relatives and friends born, from easib niaeed their. nance restricting tne time that hogs other crops, for the tobacco acreage, into insignificance. Several of our student for a year at Princeton Univer-ersitFather Punch conducted services there, if anything, will show a slight increase, citizens on Richmond street oiled in a graduate of Wabash College, and all that was mortal was committed r.ia of Kept in town, an ordinace will also tne hemp crop, and there is front of their premises last year and he became a Presbyterian preacher at to i. ttie running at large of hogs as the earth. and otht r stock, then why not an or-- 1 pronauij more uneat man in many the results were so satisfactorv that Uibaua, 111. years. It simply means that the J they will repeat the doe this season. After preaching fifteen years in Whereas, God in His infinite wisdom 'the nromiscuous wan-- ! firir.c. f the fowls!? Perhaiis vou farmers have reached a realization of Two oilmgs each summer suffices to Urbana, Indianapolis, New York City lias seen fit to remove from our midst 1Hy m, fa Sa w ! "IF Hi 1 1 ITS do u rat-- - a garden, either vegetable the fact that corn growing is a neces-o- r tllay the dust during the entire heated and the far West, Mr. McNutt entered Mrs. Mary Barton Patterson, bringing uien you cannot justly ap- - sity and are acting accordingly. Thous-rrcst- season, and the expense incident to the the university of hard knocks to study sorrow to our hearts and grief to her the great advantage to be de- - unds of head of hogs have been shipped oiling piocess does not exceed the first hand social and economic question. family, and, whereas, she lived a sinrued Mom a restrictive ordinace out of the county during the past year spiinklit.g privilege cost. By purchas- Beginning as a roustabout in an iron cere, beautiful christian life, loving her iowIs. Just vou put out a nicu because of tile scarcity and high price ing the oil in quantities, a carload at a mill, the preacher worked incog, through God, her church, her friends and her agai-.s- t little gjiden plot, or a bed of llowers. of corn, but with the material increase time, it can be purchased much cheaper, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Maryland, family, leaving us the example of a deceit- - everal hours of hard work to of acreage, it is hoped that the stock and an effort is being made now to New York, Boston, and through New strong faith and beautiful patience, In order that we may not have to shut the ta . houri that you might have raising industry will take on fresh secure funds sufficient to purchase this England up to Maine. therefore be it resolved: more comfortably in read- - impetus within the next year, and that amount, uet your neighbor to go in uti.izco far 1. That we the members of the Wo..I.. .....feU.... ... .l.U..... .&. .. lJ , down our Ice and Ice Cream Factory when ir.g and rt sting after your days labor, tobacco growing will not be given the With you, join the crowd and let us oil the world traveler, who is also to ap- - man's Missionary Society, of the Lan' pear to entire attention of the farmer, to the tne streets all over town. th- - :i coim- - home the next afternoon at this Lhautauqua, are the re- - caster Methodist Church, have lost a ihus the the City Water gives out, we are building a fii.a jour labor was for naught, that a j exclusion and injury of every other cost to each individual will beminmized suit of more than twenty years of inti fellow laborer who loved God and sought neighbors hen had utilized your garden branch of the farming industry, and we will be effectually rid of the mate study among forty races and to promote His work. bed for a wallowing place, or dust nuisance. nations. 2. That her great faith and patience after carefully scratching up and de EXCURSION AN tie win lecture here either on in many years of suffering will always vurn.g all the seeds you had planted. "Beautiful Hawaii or the "Panama inspire us with a deeper sense of our Th.'ii v. e will venture to say, you will Canal." His lectures are illustrated by dependence on God. ENJOYABLE AFFAIR. at once become an ardent advocate of a beautiful stereopticon views. 3. That we bow in bumble submission ordinace for chickens. The excursion run from Lancaster to restiictive There will also be an evening of to God's will, knowing that He doeth This reservoir has a water shed of 100 .Man of the people in town sell off Fiankfort on last Satuiday under the by a well known magician, an all things well, and rejoicing that He acres, and is fed by several everlasting springs their chickens during the summer sea- auspices of the local Woman's Club, of which will be made said, "Blessed are they that die in the son and restock in the fall, both be- was in every particular a success, and soon. Lortl." Our patrons and friends can depend upon us REMAINS UNCHANGED cause ol tne fact that they do not wish everyone who went m it, about two The American Quartet will present 4. That we tender to the bereaved their fowls to be an annoyance to either hundred in number, enjoyed themselves both vocal and instrumental music on family, our deepest sympathy and comto supply them with Ice and Ice Cream through BOARD OF MEDIATORS themsi'iyes or their neighbors, and be- to the fullest extent. There was not a progam. mend them to God, whom she served one day of this big five-da- y cause of the lact that they can buy jar or hitch of any kind to mar the Clayton Conrad, one member of the and who alone can comfort the bereavTo Meet At Niagara Falls. out the Summer, regardless of weather coneg;js and chickens cueaper than they pleasure of the day. Coaches were quartet, is a cartoonist, and a portion ed and heal the broken hearted. attached to the regular morning train, can in:' rtaui a summer poultry yard. The Mexican situation remains un- - of the program will be devoted to the 5. That a copy of these resolutions ditions or the City Water Supply. It is a matter oi small expense and returning on the night train, and ample changed pending the deliberations of ' rapid drawing of interesting, instruc- - be sent to the family and that they be less truii.e to confine the chickens time was affoided for all to tee the the South American diplomats who tive and humorous scenes and sketcnes published in the Central Record. Yours Respectfully, durn.g U.e gcirdeniag season, the mere Sights of the Capitol. compose the Board of Mediation. Mean Wells Watson Ginn wmn will present Airs. Will Hamilton, t assigning them a small portion time hostilities have ceased until the as another feature of this five-da- y pro Miss Minnie Brown, cf t:s i.on.e grounds and enclosing it end of their deliberations. "The Man play. Mrs. J no M. Mount. gi am, the four-awith poultry netting, just enough space The Board will meet at Niagara Falls From Home," by Booth Tarkington tc giv them exercise, and the iefue Ontario Canada on May 18th to take up and Harry Leon Wilson. In a personal Our Honor Roll. vegetation from the garden may he all matters relating to the disagreement letter Mr. Tarkington, the widely known following have responded and The thrown to ihem which will be ample between this country and Mexico, and author, expressed his pleasure at being "givi said" lor tneir use. By this it is further understood that they will privileged to hear his story enacted by paid their subscription to the Central means much annoyance may be a oided endeavor to sol v the entire Mexican Mr. Ginn. Mr. Ginn impersonates all Record since our list was published two both to j ourselt and jour neighbois, MEETS ROUSING RECEPTION problem and bring about peace between the characters in the play in a manner weeks ago. P. E. Foley. P. H Roufeldt, and in many instances, a neighborhood the warring factions in that country. most realistic. At Paint Lick. Rube Bently. quarrel can be avoided. Many there Carranza, chief of the Constitution will probably soon be Joe Pierca. Announcement Albert Skinner. are who have already done so or will do Congressman A. O. Stanley, who lists or Rebels, has steadfastly declined niade of another lecturer of national J. W. Ramsey, J. W. Coldiron. so, and a prohibitive ordinance would spoke at Paint Lick on Tuesday af ter-- n up to this writing to send a representa- reputation who will appear here during Mose Cottrel, Pete Chandler. W. R. Gaines, compel others to follow suit. xin. met a splendid reception at the tive to the meeting of the Board of the Chautauqua. Mrs. A, II. Rice. Chickens to the casual observer are hands of the people of upper Garrard, Mediators, but it is understood that Emphasis will be placed Chautauqua T. O. Hill, J. M. Bolton. of small consequence in so far as dam- - About three hundred and fifty of the negotiations are still being had with Week on work among the children. Tom Parson, L. J. Sanford. aging neigiioors is concerned, Dut when democrats of that section turned out him looking in an endeavor to have him fcaeh Chautauqua will have a woman M. D. Long, A Good Thing T. N. Brown. they descend upon a newly made gar- - to hear him, and his speech evidently send a representative. Huerta's rep- playground worker and story teller. Cyrus Eason. Geo. Walker. den spot, a strawberry bed, or a row of made a very strong impression upon resentatives are all ready en route to The playground work will be free to all Cap't. Wm Herndon, that husband of yours. M. S. Baughman. R. N. Doolin, peas or beans just going into the pod. them. After his speech, which like all the scene of the meeting. President children. When he sees you using Miss Bessie Yantis, the damage they can do is scarcely con- - that the eloquent gentleman makes, Wilson has not as yet chosen represenOther announceme'nts will be made R. L. Hubble, T. M. Arnold Sr ceivable. Why not restrict the rovings was a good one, he was approached by tatives for this country, but it is un- soon as to other lecturers and musical Mrs. Hettie Tracy, White Swan Flour J. W, Slavin. of the fowl in Lancaster many of the leading democrats of that derstood that he and Secretary Bryan companies which are coming Chautauqua Elijah Baker, Mrs. Malinda Cotton, Sam McKinney. seeking the proper person, who will Week. section and assured of their support are be sure that he expects Mrs N. E. Wallace, Mrs. J G Moffett. for him in his race for the Senate. be chosen in ample time. some fine bread, bis J. C. Thompson Miss Mattie Adams, Many of these informed Mr, Stanley It is not as yet known what represANOTHER AUTOMOBILE W, T. Mitchell. Shanks, V H. that they had fully made up their entations either this country or Mexico cuits or cake. He's right too, WHITE SWAN FLOUR H. D. Lee. M. F. West, support either one or the will make, or what demands will be 1 FOR BUCKEYE. minds to his Mrs. J. D. Ray I. D. Current opponents, but after hear- - made of the Board, and this informaother of makes the finest of such things. Try a sack and show him G. T. Wiley m Mrs K, F. Postle Mr. William Simpson the well known ing his speech had exercised the wise tion will not be forthcoming until the I Oscar Ray C. M. Hulett merchant is the latest citizen of the mans prerogative and changed their Board actually begins its sessions. you are as good a baker as his mother ever was. that Tandy Center J In tne meantime the United States Buckeye neighborhood to purchase an minds. Brother S. H. Pollitt, who is conduct- Lee Huffman Lish Forbes Mr. Stanleys speech undoubtedly had forces at Vera Cruz are anxiously ing a protracted meeting at Moreland, W. B. Lackey Mr. Simpson has just automobile. J. F. Foley purchased a handsome "Huppmobile" a telling effect upon the people of the awaiting the outcome of the conference reports a great meeting, with many W. A. Price Geo. Garner R. W. Palmer neigh-thi- s chafing for action, but ready and willprofessions of faith. The attendance roadster through Mr, J. E. Stormes of upper end of Garrard and their Ed Chandler place. The machine has been bors in adjoining counties, and he will ing to abide by the decision of the last Sunday night being a record break- J E. Elmore Wm. Crank, .Simpson and he is en- - 'have a large and enthusiastic following Board, be that decision fight'or return er, many being turned away. The W. C. Hoskins delivered to Mr. Mrs. Effie Boaz. meeting will close Friday night. in that locality. home. joying it to the fullest extent. Press Association Mail Matter BECKHAM AT STANFORD. As the season of heavy Sugar consumption draws near we wish to assure our CUSTOMERS that we will, as in the past, use every effort to maintain adequate stocks and fill all orders promptly and at correct prices. i ERCH ANTS I. D I I KELLOGG CO. '""IS? ; , r Book-Keepf-- r. Citizens National Bank Surplus $40,000. j - v'" Capital $50,000. j -- j I ' LANCASTER I STREETS I I - u n dr j j . I i four-corner- ed ;v i l Phoenix Vhife Lead wife-dyin- i y R. K McRoberts y, pro-hibi- tn li-- ' I der. -- r at I il-- i I i j SITUATION.:; ct CONGRESSMAN Blue Grass Dairy & Ice Co STANLEY S25ft.sssfs He Knows aftgssftissysj 3ii3nto (0X0xxxx:;x0xxX0;cj (0(xii0XQ I ft NewsOfTheChurcnes. s w Lancaster Elevator & Flour Mills 1 g M The Central Record, Thursday May 7, 1914. John Deere, Black Hawk and Moline Page 7 SCHOOL NOTES. (By Wm. F. Miller.) Mrs. Theo Currey and Mrs. J. K. Robinson were visitors at our school Friday morning. Lancaster played Harrodsburg at that place Wednesday quite a crowd ac companied the team. A large number of boys and girls, were absent Monday on account of attending the C. K. meeting which was, in session at Frankfort on Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Morula. Base Ball Game here Friday, at .5 P. M. Lancaster vs Richmond on local Ball Park. Lancaster has a winning team this year come out and see a ooi! Ball Game. Admission 1(1 and 15 cts. The work of the First Grade will bo open to visitors during the mornings of next week. There will be only the regular class work but parent ami friends may be interested. I YOU'LL FIND Gossip About People - Corn Planters. V e A Brief Mtntion of the Comings and Goings by Those Wt Are Interested In, Disc and Drag Harrows. J. B, Mount, Son & Co. j ( Richmond Miss Bessie Prather is visiting relatives. Miss Rella Arnold was in Lexington Monday on business. Miss Agnes Miles of Buckeye has been visiting Miss Nancy Long. Miss Alma Rice, of Richmond is visiting Prof, and Mrs. M. L. Caneer. Mrs. Sudduth of Lincoln county visited her daughter Mrs, James Dalton last week. H 1L HEBE'S A :c :e HE INTERESTING CASE. Full of tlie newest de?coa. signs in Spring and Sum mer Dress Goods, and V axsi. just received from our Pretty wholesaler. things to interest the ladies, dainty fabrics JIL that are sure to be soon worn by our wisest Plenty of patterns to choose from.but all the materials of the Come and look at them latest designs and best qualities. and they will coax you to buy. as they are earnest li-HH- W Mrs. James M. Staughton of Covington is the guest of her mother Mrs. H. A. B. Marksbury. 4 D J cas-tonie- rs. Mr. J. J. Thompson is very low at this writing and Mrs. Thompson is able to be up in her room. Mr. Thomas Hampton and wife were here Sunday for a bhort stay with his cousin Dr. T. J. Hood. Misses Mary and Gertrude Gaines, of Stanford, were recent guests of Mrs. E. C. Gaines. Mr-an- d Mrs. Hayden Leavell was called to Mt. Vernon by the death of her grandfather Mr. II. H. Baker. Mr. and Mn. A. II. Ric. and Miss Helen Bentty of Richmond Ind. are with Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Sutton. Mrs. Raymond Hendren and children of Kirksville spnt Friday and Saturday with her parents Mr. and Mrs. It. S. Brown. Miss Levy Dunn who has been quite guest of relatives and friends. ill for several weeks was taken to St. Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Gilbert motored Joseph's Infirmary at Lexington Sunto Danville last Tuesday for the day. day, accompanied by her nurse Miss Mrs. G. C. Rose and Mrs. J. S. Sallie Lou Myers. Gilbert were in Danville shopping The Chautauqua Circle held its last Thursday. meeting on Tuesday afternoon with Mesdames W. O. Rigney and W. Misses Brashear and Mason at the Burnside were visitors in Danville home of Mrs. W. L. Lawson. Delicious Tuesday. refreshments were served. ! Mrs. Cleveland Rose is at home after Miss Bertha Flannery, of Paris, spent a visit to her sister Mrs. J. C. Eubanks the first part of the week with Miss of Stanford. Louretta Taylor at Hyattsville.and will T,o W A Prip was in NipVinlns- - leave Saturday for Lincoln county to ville for a short stay with her sister visit her brother. Wm. Flannery. Mrs. Ed Perkins. Little Miss Anna Beile Turner, enJudge and Mrs. L. L. Walker and tertained a few of her little friends little son spent Monday in Richmond Tuesday in honor of her 3rd birthday. Refreshments were served and the with Mrs. Cornie Clay. little ones report an enjoyable time. Mrs J. S. Bowman of Lewis county Miss Georgia Dunn Superintendent is here for a visit to her parents Mr. of Prison work for the Chiistian EnMrs. W. G. Anderson. and deavor society will Le in attendance at Reverend Early of Stanford was a the Christian Endeavor Union which visitor in Lancaster last week and meets in the progressive town of Berea. preached at the Baptist church. Airs. M. F. Elkin who frequently Mrs. W. B. Ball and little daughter, visits her aunt Mrs. Susan Salter of from Campbellsville this city is a patient in St. Josephs have returned where Mrs. Ball was called by the ill- Hospital in Lexington, where she reness of her brother Mr. Sam Davis. cently submitted to a dangerous opera Miss Sarah West in the interest of tion. the Kentucky Female Orphan School Dr. James B. Kinnaird will go to at Midway, is a guest at the Simpson Louisville for the Convention of the House. state Railway Surgeous and he will Mrs. Ike Dunn anil sons Jell Sidney, contribute to the meeting by giving and Hubert, of Lexington are here some imdortant ideas upon the subjects visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. to be discussed. ! IT IN THIS COLUMN, n J j Beautiful folding bed and couch for sale. Mrs. J. A. Anion. If you want Seed Oat?, Seed Corn or Corn to Feed, see Garrard Millisg Col Brown Legfiorn eggs for sale. 50c a setting. If Earl Farra, Lancaster Ky. IPiione 1D5. Plants: Plants: Plants. We have them, season. i All varieties of the W. B. Ball. If you will ship me vour wooJ I will pay you the highest market price. ' E. Detheragc, 5'8-2t. Kichinoflil, Ky LANCASTER j EASILY WINS BALL GAME OVER HARRODSBURG, FRIDAY, BY 1 : . f per cent loans way he secured for improvement or otter purports, on farms, orchard lamls, ImsiBtss or resi dent properly and to extend or. repay mortgages or other existing encum brances. terms attractive. six:ial options. Corresimndeftce solicited; address 707 Gas & Eleetm-- Builihny Colorado. in the District CgkI e! fk Uaihd States for tlie Easter District of Kentucky SCORE OF 15 TO R. 1 -- ROWN. THE CASH STORE. ir GENUINE HOSPITALITY is the offering of refreshments that I'! ii g no regrets. A glass of our Lemon t(da,Ginger Ale, Grapeall or other soft drinks will be as fi'll appreciated CUItr it as any .stronger beverage. with confidence that it will refresh and satisfy and that no ill effects can follow its drinking. Call and see our plant and how we bottle soda water. Lancaster Bottling Co. Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Hall, of Win- Underwood of Danville. chester motored to Lancaster Sunday Miss Lida Baugh the cflicent nurse and were guests sf Mr. and Mrs. It. I'. who was with Mrs George M. Patter-se- n Gregory. during her last illness has te turned Mrs. Wm. Burnett and daughter Miss to her home near London. Cassie Mae, of Shelbyville, wereguests Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Cotton Mr. and for several days of Misses Carrie and Mrs. Alex Walker and Miss Bettie Addie Arnold. Robinson motored over to Lexington Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Haselden, last Saturday and attended the races. Mr. and Mrs. Hughes Aldridge and Mr. It. II. Tomlinson. daughter and Mrs. B. F. Walters motored to Frankson and Mrs. Ada Kinnaird motored to fort Sunday. Nicholasville Sunday afternoon for the Mr. and Mrs. Grider and MisslBessie funeral of their relative Hon. It. M. Miller of Richmond composed an auto j Sparks. party who visited Mrs. D. M. Lackey' Mw. GcorBC Walden. Misses Julia , . ,. and Miss Jeanie Lackey. rhr,nttn i.!ini(.r r nnnvill.. Miss May Mahan, of the Richmond were here Wednesday evening to hear Normal school was in Lancaster from the gifted lecturer Mrs. Ellie Payne of Friday until Sunday, the attractive Indianapolis. j PITCHES Mr. A. K. Lackey of Kansas City. BOURNE, FOR LANCASTER, Messrs W. A. and T. J. Price were Mo . is visiting his parents Mr. and GOOD BALL in Stanford to see their brother Dr. A. Mrs. W. B. Lackey near Point Leaveli S. Pries who i. improving from a re- Kay holds a lucrative position with the Lancaster HL;h .School walloped the cent operation. water department in Kansas City, as Hurrodsberg High School nine here does his brother Harry and Mr. Eu Friday evening by the score of 15 to 1. Mrs.W. S. Bourne and gene Aldridge of this place. It looked at first as if Lancaster woukl Miss Ella Mae Bourne have returned Harrodsburg as well as the Master Gale Doty, in honor of his be beaten, from a visit to Mr. and Mrs. John local nine played excellent ball until grand-daughter D. Gulley. In Bankruptcy. MlSzi wtiii 1 SECOND OPENING. MISS ARNOLD has just returned from the city and EVERY FARMER SHOULD HAVE A SILO The kind of Silos that do not blow down, and last, are built of cement. We build cement Silos 12, 14 and 16 feet in diameter, any height. We have had many experiences in this line and our work is the best. Write or telephone us at Stanford, Ky., if you need cement work of any kind. Saturday, -3- (VIa 9th Mid-Summ- er will show the most beautiful line of Hats that has ever been shown in Lancaster. .-. .ivs favorite Recipes Qf :i .' - Paint Lick. Ky. At, .tiA3. L3J 'til H PHILLIPS BROS, Stanford, Ky. X2U!thUUuLfiuk. ri.saaan'iaEggKraiHMCiBjaaTW lell 2E SBBEESSEEFH''SS; BEATEN level pts of flour a little salt sifted together 1 Known omen. M BY MRS. T. R. SLAVIN. Ok vS .iOPEEfcSGSBSBSKK-SBISCUIT. 3 rounded teaspoonfuls We Write An v Kind of in V . HiSZ.? i g " U 1 AmOE Ky Phone 27. of sugar Office at National Bank. '.iit. vy.rrc tcrrT?? rvvtwy I cup of lard Office over The National Bank of Lancaster. u v - A. 8EAZLBY & CO. :C2E3Ca2E2K2E253S cup of ice water tea-cu- Measure lard and water in medium size Lancaster AUGUST W. E. HARRIS, Pres. .Pi1&&ilP&-&SrS'i&Z- t Home-comin- g 6, 7, 8, 1914. Fam B royal Balding Powder JERRY DOTY, Sec'y. !& &$s&0ttSs&it'!a&t&&it&isii?$ To The People Who r i! Anticipate Snilding Tobacco ' We aves fieaitn have made arrange- - a V ments with our mills for "VS zpszu - .J. these special bills and can -& - " Ci ," trkr tettA $?$&. ' jrz Barrtsfegfe - 'i1 1 and Saves Money -- cvC CK.'yA.:i.v-- --- ISJ- S ib. r!S give prompt service. S1.80 per hundred F. We are making the special price of 0. B. cars Lancaster. We are also making a specialty on painted and galvanized roofing. Don't fail to see us when in need of lumber or roofing. . fU and Makes Better Food Lancaster Lumber & M'fe t Go. In thi- - matter of , JOHN W. MILLEV It Bankrupt ky Bankrupt. To the Creditors of Joh'. W. Miller, a Bankrupt. Notice is hereby given thai on May Umi, 1!)1 1 the smhI John W. Miller of Garrard and Rockcastle coautiea. Ken tuckv, was tkily abjudicated Bankrupt eight birthday, entertained a number the I!rd iaring when Dean for the II. and that the first meeting of ms credi of his little friends of his grade, and H. S. "Went L'p". Harrodsburg haa ton; will he iiekl at the office il Lewis his teacher, Miss Brashear, at his Lancaster Ho O until the last of the L. Walker. Iincasttr. Kentucky, un home last Friday. Delightful refreshLackey for the locals hit a May 13th, 1911 at 2r. M.,ut which tun-t- he ments were served and the little ones :!rd inning. safety for two baggers when Swope said Creditors limy u.y enjoyed the occasion to the utmost. coming to the bat. getting a nice hit their ciaiiHR. appoint a Trustee, ( x The name of 'diss Edna Berkle one tor two loses scoring Lackey. Then amine the Bankrupt, and transact sntii of the Juniors at Hamilton College was Lancaster went aruu.u! the bases like a otiw r Imkihcss as ra propciiy come upon the list of the class member who "Merry Go Bound" for live scores, before said meeting. ' entertained at a handsome reception. owing to the fact that this was the NELSON L. RODES, Messrs Floyd Swope and Frank Tinder first game of the season, uml having Referet in Bankruptcy voung men wiio are had no practice they were highly prais two Lancaster Danville, Ky.. May nth. 19M. making good as students in Lexington ed by the local tans, C.ip't. Lavvsu.t Creditors can iHt participate in i weie in attendance at the inviting selected Ins team Friday morning ;.iul management of the estate or the social affair. the only work, the team, :.s a whole, i of assets until ih y prove ' Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Denny left Wed- got to do was about 10 minutes work their claims on form ruired by the nesday for New York for a several before the game Friday evening, mil Bankruptcy Act. ami n!e same with the weeks vacation, just what other points they played together as if they had Referee. they will visit during their absence practiced lor two months, only '.', errors they had not determined, but they will were made and they were put to the visit many points of interest before re- "credit" of Lawson who worked Mr. Denny's mighty faithful on short. Bourne a.d turning to Lancaster. vacation is a well earned one. and the Lackey the baiters for the local team Purchasers get the bent lit of our 10 Record sincerely hope3 that this clever played an excellent game, Botirrt years experience in the business. together with his good struck out I'Z men of the Harrodsburg Look fgr other bargains listed gentleman, in next wife may have a most enjoyable time. nine, and when a II. 11. School man issue. Owners of farms whj want to would get on first he was "Killed" at . The friends and relatives of Lieute- second by Lackey's "true" throw, sell slwuid see us at once. . . No 475. 00 acres, good land, . brick nant and Mrs. John Paul Miller will be Tomlinson at first; Acton on second am! interested in the following neat little Ware on third played first like "Big residence, 4 miles from town, per aire card which has just been received by Leaguers". Eldridge in center; Price ?0. No 47fi. 12S acres, good, .land, wcjl relatives here, left field and Swope in n,;ht tick! cuch iinproveti, 4 miles out cloye to pike "Lieutenant and Mrs. John Paul of per acre, 75. played a nice game, while the Miller announce the "stick" of Price and Swope waa No 477. lfcO acres on pike 2 milv the arrival of a son, John Roberts. Out of out. much admirod by the fans. ier acre. 510ft. March 14, 1914. thf 15 scores add l- - hits for Lancaster No 4TS. 171 acres on Lexington pike Ag.uia, Guam. Price got his ahare of the hits and per acre. $135. runs, making 4 runs and IJ hits out of 1 No 4b0. 150 acres of first dags fanu time at the bat. Bourne struck out on pike : miles from iJryantsville. per 12 men and walked 4 men. while Desn avc. SiW. struck out 5 L. II. School men and No 481. 071 acres. Ii miles from Mrs, Addie Landram McFarlan.l died walked 1 man. Salee, Corn and town, per acre. $&. No IcX. 310 acres of good html, n at the family home, 151 Gramercy Alexander played nice ball for the pike, near Buena Vista Rood iwprove Place, New York on la3t Tuesday visitors. ments per acre $35. Following is the Cos Score. morninj;. and alter funeral services m No 4SI. 213 acres, on pike. 4 miles E It II AB New York, her remains were laid to Harrodsburg. 1 from town, per acre. 575. 3 rest today at West Point, the site of Salee No 4s'5. til acres, in 2 miles af town 4 0 the famous Military institution from Corn 1 unimproved, per 0 0 which her husband graduated shortly Board 3 icre. 338. 1 No 4bo. 20G acres ef Soed land in 0 0 3 previous to their marriage. Dean 4 0 6m :: high state of cultivation, good nn It was known to her Lancaster Sumcrs (I provements, 2i miles from town, per 1 0 3 friends and relative that Mrs, Mc Simpson acre $125, or 105 acres ol it at 135 0 Farland had been ill, but nothing serious Alexandria 2 O per acre. O O '.I was apprehended, and the news of her Pr'-i- nr No 4b7. 1SI acres o jnie '! miles u t death came as a severe shock. 8 Coleman from town per acre, SS5. The deceased was one of those talent Lancaster. No 4bS. 00 acres on pike 3 saile3 ou ed women who helped to make Lancas U 3 3 4 Lawson well improved. $1& ter famous, Iier splendid voice and Price 4 4 4 0 No 4b9. 541 acres well improved, on charm of manner bein; well known and Ware 0 pike, possession, $55W. S 5 2 rendering her a favorite throughout 1 4, 0 2 Bourne No J90. 136J acres, on pike, near .Mrs. tins section ol KentucKy. Tomlinson 8 Bryantsville, 3 houses, main dwelling was 5S years of age at the Eldridge 0 new with 8 rooms, modern and up to 0 m S time of her death. She was adaughter Acton t) 0 2 4 date, water works, gas lights. 2 tobac of the late Gen. and Mrs. W. J. Land-ra- Lackey 0 co barns, price, $12,000. 3 About thirl) years ago she was Swope .1 3v 0 4 No 491. 1S5 acres of high class land, married to Capt. William J. McFarland, Summary two 2 hase hit Swope 1, 2 miles out. 2 large tobecco barns, per who at that time was a Lieutenant in Acton 1. Bourne 1. Price 1, hits by the U. S. Army, and from that time pitched ball none. Lancaster received acre, $120. No 492. 100 acres of tobacco land, Lancaster ceased to be her permanent 15 hits while 11 were pood for two highly improved, near Buckeye, on home living at the various places where dases. pike, per acre, $125. her husband happened to be stationed. Umpires Joseph and Miller. No 191. Several pieces of splendid was wounded during Capt. McFarland . played a return game at city property for sale. Lancaster war, and because the Spanish-America- n No. 495. 3700 acres, J miie$ from disabilities, was placed upon the Harrodsburg yesterday, resulting in a of his retired list, and they took up their per- score of 7 to .'5 in favor of Lancaster. pike, 5 miles from railroad, 500 acres of same cleared, one million feet of manent residence in New York, where "XufSed." timber, 85 acres of tobacco this year, Besides her thev have since reaiJed. 17 houses. 2 silo's, 1 saw mill, 1 store husband, Mrs. McFarland is survived house, 5 tobacco barns, can be bought Mcby one son, Dr. William Landram ASSIGNEES NOTICE. at the low price of $15.00 per aere, , Farland, who is a practicing physician The Undersipitd Garrard Bank and 49G. 100 acres of land, J mile from by one sister, Mrs. in New York, and Kate McGuigin of London O.. . and by Trust Company as assignee ot H. T. Lancaster & Lexington pike, 4 . miles one brother Editor Louis Landram of Logan hereby notifies all the creditors from Lancaster, good improvements Danville. She was an aunt of the of said 11. T. Logan that it will on the large tobacco barn, well worth the children of Judge It. A. Burnside of S day of May 1914 receive claims price of $100. per acre. against the said estate of said Logan Lancaster. 497. '222 acres of. fin) land, near Lan-Notwithstanding her long absence at the office of the Garrard Band caster & Lexington. pik,e, splendidi im from Lancaster and the scenes of her and Trust Company in Lancaster, Ky., provemenU, at $90. per acre. childhood, Mrs. McFarland has ever and will continue its sittings for a per 498. 63 acres, improved, . near Paint cherished a warm spot in her heart for iod of 20 days, said claims to be pre- Lick graded school a t $95. per acre. properly proven the old home and home people, and sented to said Assignee 499. 73i acres of riclvland, right on with thafloving' gentle kindness which Any creditor failing to present at the or within 3 months there- pike, well improved, 2 mile,s.of Lancascharacterized her in her younger days, time stated ter, priced at $120. per acre and is and which is well remembered by many after his claim properly proven to said assignee, shall be deemed tohave waiv- worth it. Lancaster people, she never lost an 500 200 acres of high class land, opportunity to show her fondness for ed lis right to any part of the assigned none better in Kentucky, high: class estate, this April 10 1914. her friends of the long ago. bhe was The Garrard Bank & Trust Co. improvements. Located on pike 3 miles a lifelong member of the Presbyterian A beautiful home. Assignee, H. T. Logan. from Lancaster. voice is and will church and her sweet Is bound to please any purchaser. Price long be remembered in the choir of that $150.00 per acre. church in Lancaster. Seed corn and seed oats for cash at " For further particulars write or call The Record joins innumerable friends on Hughes & Swinebroad, the real eshere and throughout central Kentucky low prices. ' Garrard Milling Co. tate men. Lancaster, Ky. in condolence to the stricken family. tt-n. J , , If FARM. LIST. 1010 10 110 10 , ,v - - ' Page 8 The Central Record, Thursday May 7, 1914. Copper King, 4582. This handsome and royally bred saddle stallion will make the season at my place; one mile north of Bryantsville, on Lexington pike at John Morgan, Jr., $10.00 for Jennet. 3705. BTJENA VISTA. Mrs. H. A. Tracy is visiting her son in Louisville. Mrs. Elizabeth Green is reported very ill at this writing. Miss Ethyl Evans was a shopper in Harrodsburg Saturday. Mr. Geo. R. Spilman of Danville was here Tuesday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lane of Louisville are guests of relatives here. J. E. Scott made a business trip to Lexington and Georgetown Tuesday. Miss Kathryn McConn of Lexington spent the week's end with her sister Mrs, H. S. Christopher. Mr. A. R. Denny and daughter Mrs. Duncan of Lancaster were recent guests of Mrs. M A. Hamilton. Miss Alyce Mabel Scott spent last Tuesday in Lexington as the guest of friends at State University. at $8.00 for Horse Mule, $10.00 Mare Mule and COMBIINBD STAIJLIOIN. (wis l"!tr - kkkkkhfeHifliii. tH-"- w John Morgan, Jr., was sired by John Morgan, he by Marmaduke and out Copper King is a chestnut sorrel, with star and three white feet and was foaled in 1910. He is by Lord Highland 2799, Dam Dwight Cora, 1458, by Forrest of an imported Jennet. Will also stand two more good Jacks. One 5 years old and one G years old at Denmark, 163. he by Mainbiino Forrest, he by Ned Forrest Jr. Lord Denmark. Denmark, by Black Squirrel, by Black Eagle 74. Lord Highland by Highland $8.00 FOR HORSE MULE AND $10.00 FOR MARE MULE. dam, Mrs. Culvers 3711, by Harrison Chief, 1605. by Clark Chief. Copper King These Jacks are both by John Morgan, Jr. 3705. 1st dam Kentucky Best, besides being royally bred, is a fine individual, perfect in conformation, style registered No. 2654. and action. At the same time and place I will stand my rrodel 5 year old jack. $15.00 To Insure A Living Colt. HIGH 1'- H - COMBINED STALLION. PRESTON. Bay Stallion 16 hands, star, left hind ankle white, fine style and action He will make the season of 1914 at my barn at Hackley. Kentucky, at will make the season of 1914 at my barn at Black Jim is 15$ hands high, with good bone, beafl and ears and a good A LIVING breeder. I consider him the best jack in county. This jack is subject to regHe is 5 years old, 1G hands high, black and is sired by Ky. Peavine, 2889, he by and his pedigree can be furnished at the barn, ister A lien will be retained on all colts until the season is paid. Care will be Rex Peavine 1796, he by Rex McDonald 833. His dam Black Dave by Stone wall Jackson, he by Washington Denmark and he by Imp. Hedgeford. He holds taken to prevent accidents, but will not be responsible should anv occur. a high head and tail, has good action and as much style as old Peavine and has proven himself to be a good breeder. A lien will be retained on all colts to secure the payment of season. Will use every means to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. Bryantsville, Ky. Bryantsville Phone 53-- At $10.00 to Insure A Living Colt. BLACK JIM. Squirrel Peavine $10.00 TO INSURE COLT. $12.50 To Insure A Living Colt. R. ft. Moss, R. Mr Breeder have you heard the news SAY THE fine children, a boy and a girl. rind Phone 338-G- . T. O .HILL, Buckeye, Ky. HIGH PRESTON sired by Carroll Preston, 4383, he by Preston 922, by Washington 54, by Cronwell 73, by Wcshington Denmark. Carroll Preston's 1st dam Baby Pence 7049, by Enoch Arden. 2nd dam Ladv Pence by Almont Forrest 2863, 3rd dam Daughter of Garrard Chief 2263. 4th dam Gray Eagle. HIGH PRESTON'S 1st dam was Queen Eagle, she by King Eagle 2556, he by Royal King 2555, he by Ontime 745, he by Stonewall Jackson 72. Royal PAINT lilCK. King's 1st dam Mollie Mountz 2584, was by the noted sire Cabbells Lexington. F. S. King Eagle's 1st dam Hip 3579, she by Eagle Bi 1014. he by Old King Mr. Dewey Metcalf spent Friday in Eagle 750, 2nd dam Red Lion. 3rd dam Harris Denmark 45, 4th dam by JimBell. HIGH PRESTON'S 2nd dam Lady Bird, she by Eagle Bird 1014, 3rd dam Berea. Mrs, John Coldiron was quite ill with Mollie Drennon she by Old Drennon, 4th dam Copper Bottom and runs back to old Davy Crockett 3236. Thoroughbred. tonsilitis the past week. Also BLACK JOE, ALDRIDGE JACK ,is the daddy of two inches high when foaled They were both over 42 $100.00 will not buy either one of them. Don't forget the pretty spotted pony and think of the price, only $8.00 each to insure. S. E ALDRIDGE, HYATTSVILLE, KY. Winner on the Track and In the Show Ring Against the Best in the Land. The only real proof of the individuality and soundness of the stallion is the show riug. It gives Melrose Farm great pleasure to again offer the sern vices of the horses. Thistle Doune, winning race record 2:09 on the grand circuit and winnei of the champion roadster stallion class at the Kentucky State Fair, 1913, and Chimewood, 2:19 4 considered by many the handsomest trotting Ktalhon in the world, winner of the trotting bred stallion class at the Kentucky Fair, 1913. Baldy McGregor 2:06 who recently sold for $40,000.00 in Europe and l.tsaie McGregor, who recently sold for $10,000.00 in this country, are a who is himself the sire of Zuli-k- a brother and sister of Thistle Doune 2;09 2:291-- 4 and who has a large number and Madora Doune (2), 2;26 of colts in training in the hands of Kentucky's famous reinsman, Ben Kennedy, and it is confidently expected that a number will race to fast records Uiis.year. Chimewood has the destinction of being more sought after by Govern-me- rt Commission than anv stallion in America, and they offered the largest lrice. fJ.0M.03 cash, they offered for any stallion, which was refused. TERMS Bre Thistle Dounte. ?35.00 to insnre; Chimewood, $25.00 to - .Mares kept on grass at owner's risk. For further infotmation and extended breeding and descriptive catalogue, address, Local and long distanec DANVILLE, KY. C. phone 128. well-know1- -4 3-- 4, 4, 3-- 4, re J. CECIL, BLEUCHER Standard Registered Vol. I 46158. 18. Alcyou Record 2:29 K. Trial 2:14 V. Half Brother to Lula Watts (2) 2:27 lA. Trotter, Brown Stallion, about 153 hands, foaled 1906. nuiLNiRlil I 10 f Kilc-n-l Brook WlOt S!iiiwIifSv7J., Me&lor-- ( llrrok llinina l.rool. ScClJi. 7.rrnio f.m' l.iily r.elll.roi.l. t 10, etc fciiCOllliHy-IStn- l 2:0, !'.. of mc Search-- ( Noon da v By St Klmo 275. IlKlil 2 03J4. Ilriglitllglit imrtt Wilks a W Great Brood Mare. ( Harry Clay 4".2:2" 5. VkI.k2 00J4. ctr. J Jenny Clay. Sire of 4. dame of 60 ( Norwood Bell (ileal hroorl mire By Norwood 522. hie 3H ! Sire of 012, 2:27 CO, dams of 05. fW. Moko !flr.7 .mi J -- G lOlHjro.. . CUMii CI Willi ( ) ?:; '.':17: ISIcucutr nUrNX-It- . out of half cUUr (u fiileut llrook 2 !.', I.hIm 1 HvStrathmonM0. rirno native Itelle ( I) a.ft.H. ilum of Bum pa S.03'. Siher hllk (I) 1 W4. Monrlco (3) 'i.m'i Susie W. IS) 'tSM'i, etc j Wilkes f..Utfoo.1 (000.2.21J4 Sire of Carl Wilkes r.fcj Un naif Mater to Silent ( Jenny Clay By HarrvClaylS. llrook 2 0Ct. Reddle CUy Dam of Silent Brook 4)'Jn!,'. and Lilly Clay ymv Of Jtreudit YorLe s i'5, Baron Wilkes 17V. 2:18. Sire of 12 in 2:10. etc. Queeu Kthel ...... Miss Allie Hendren spent the week end with relatives in Kirksville. Mr. Grant Metcalf, of Richmond was the guest of his parents Sunday. Little Miss Josephine Colton is ill with measles and whooping cough. Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Beazley and Mrs Rice Woods motored to Richmond Mon Will make the season of 1914, at my barn 3 day. miles from Lancaster on the Stanford pike at Mr. Roy Estridge spent several days the past week at his farm near HarTO INSURE A LIVING COLT. $15.00 rodsburg. Don Verrick, by Onward Silver 2:031 (who sold Mr. John Mahan of Troy Ky, was the for 25.000) by Onward, he by George Wilks, 1st guest of Rev. W. M. Eldridge Wednesdam by Wilks Boy 2:24. 2nd dam Mary, by Boggs day and Thursday. Grey Eagle, dam of the Wag 2:15$. and Madlem Misses Ethel and Emma Estridge Patten, dam of Robber 2:10; Billy Wilton 2:20, were the guests of friends in Crab OrWinchester 2:193. Miss R. 2:30. chard Friday and Saturday. Don Verrick is bred exactly like Spanish Queen Airs. J. N. Holloway left Wednesday 2:06J, and sold for a handsome price. for her home in Chattanooga Tenn. afI will also at the same time and place stand ter a weeks visit to relatives. my big 15J hand Jack at Mrs. Walter Hammack and Misses Eliza and Chastene Rucker spent Sat- $10.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. urday, sight seeing in the Capitol. A lien will be retained on all colts to secure Prof. R. A. London and Mr. Stephen Todd attdnded the Ky. Educational the payment of season. Will use every means to Convention in Louisville the past week. prevent accidents, but not responsible should any Misses Alma and Mary Lear left occur. Monday for the Confederace Reunion which will be held this week in Jacksonville, Fla. Mr. W. J. Hudspeth of Lexington is conducting revival services at the Christian church. Mr. Hudspeth is the State Evang"3ist. Dr. Patrick and Dr. Carman return ed Monday from Rockcastle river with Unprecedented Record For a Young Sire a nice string of fish as the result of Season 1914 at Bellevue Stock Farm, I offer for public service their weeks outing. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Logsden and Miss Geneva were guests at a birthday din ner on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Coyle in Berea. The first ball game of the season was Foaled 1905 played here Saturday afternoon between Paint Lick and Kirksville, resulting in To Insure, A, Living Foal. At 2 in favor of Paint Lick. KENTUCKY'S CHOICE 3765, Sire My Own Kentucky, by .Chester Dare 10. a score of Quite a number of the young society 5821, by Prince of Denmark 425. 1st dam. Little Kata people of the place had a most enjoy2nd dam, bv Jupiter son of Commodore. able fish fry on White Lick Wednesday 3rd dam, by Stump, the Dealer 92. Miss Ora Estridge was the 1910 show record, 35 first including 8 championships. 1911 show record. 41 afternoon. first including 15 championships and 2 grand championships. 1912 only made 20 lucky person to catch the most fish. The monthly meeting of the W. C. shows, winning 16 firsts, including 3 champions, 3 seconds and 1 fourth. 1913 shown 10 times, winning 10 firsts. Has won first for the past three years at T. U. was held Saturday afternoon Lexington in breeding and herd classes. He won first in 1912 and 1913 at Ken- with Mrs. Oscar Hammack as hostess. tucky State Fair in the class for best stallion in service, defeating in 1913 his There was a good atteddance and the full brother, Kentucky's Best. Kentucky's Choice has headed the winning herd ' meeting was both pleasant and profitat the Kentucky State Fair for the past two years. He is today America's able. greatest Saddle Stallion, not as a matter of opinion but as a demonstrated fact. Mr. R. N. Beazley motored to Ken- Sire of Imperator et Rex, which sold at 15 months for $1500, again before two tucky river Saturday and brought back years old for 3900, the highest price ever paid for a Saddle-bre- d colt of the a string of fish weighing in all about same age. Sire of Richard de Lion, won more prizes than any yearling out fifteen pounds, that excited the envy last season. A 1914 foal, dam Edna Mae, has just been sold for 1500 to Mat and admiration of all the male popula- S. Cohen and James Gay. This colt to be delivered in October. tion. At the Danville Fair. Kentucky's Choice and his get won the class for the Miss Eliza Rucker entertained Wedbest horse and five of his colts, Kentucky's Choice colts won every first prize nesday evening with a small chafing given for Saddle-bre- d sucklings at both the Danville and Stanford Fairs, includ dish party for Misses Hendren and Tining stakes at both places and were high up in the ribbons at the Blue Grass and der. Miss Rucker's cordial manner State Fairs, the only other places where shown. Mares pastured at 3.00 per makes her an ideal hostess and a demonth, gram fed at 2.50 perweek. Ship mares to me at Danville over the lightful evening was spent. Southern and C. & O., to Parksville over the L. & N. All mares will receive my personal attention and all care taken to prevent accidents but not responsi ble should any occur. For further particulars, address at the same time and place will stand my fine Jack, DON V&RRI6K 0. Morgan At $8.00 to Insure 4665. a Living rri-'Wi-fltMf- UHl jTllljyS Jl lLtM lUUaUfiJ C. Morgan is a black Jack, with white pomts. 155 hands high, coming six years old and has proven himself a good breeder. C. Morgan by John Morgan. Jr.. 3705. was sired by John Morgan, he by Marmaduke and is out of an importec' Jennet. John Morgan, Jr . out of Jennet by Joe Blackburn, he by 3rd Prince, he by 2nd Prince, he by Imp Prince. 1st dam Daisy by Dixie, she by Irvin Dixie by Kickapoo, 2nd dam Mollie Gray by Lord Wellington, 3rd dam by Importer. Dam Beecher Jennet. A lien retained on all colts for service" Care taken to prevent accidents, Horse Colt and $10.00 For Mare Colt. but not responsible should anyoccur. ) J. F. FOLEY, Hackey, Ky. SEASON 1914. LOGAN HUBBLE. Kentucky's $75.00 Choice 3765. 11-1- I i CHIEF NAPOLEON, No. 5107. This royal bred Jack will make the season at my place at $10.00 for horse mule, $12.50 for mare mule, $20.00 for jennet colt, $40.00 for Jack colt. Chief Napoleon is by Hill Napoleon, 3rd. No. 3706. 1st. Dam. Ky's Best, 2654. by John Morgan, Sr, 1954. 2nd. Dam Joe Blackburn 1454, by Daisy, 1215. Hill Napoleon 3rd. by Baughman Napoleon, 2nd. he by Napoleon 1796, he by old Napoleon, 1436. Hill Napoleon dam Missouri Queen, by Senator Beck 2449, by Daniel Boone 1456. I consider this the best young Jack I ever owned. He has served only two jennets and both are with foal. He is 15 hands high, black with white points. I will also stand another fine Jack P 2r.SJi.etc. Silent Brook 19769. 2:1G, sire of Billy Burk 2:031, Meadow Brook 2:06J, We have for sale some nice two years old and yearlings in both Stallions Shawbay 2:071, Zarrine '2:072, Betty Brook 2:092, Emma Brook 2:09. Lady and Fillies, sired by Kentucky's Choice, out of dams by such sires as Chester Bellbrook 2:10, Butter Biook 2:10, Silent Brigade (2) 2:10J, Margaret Bathgate Dare 10, Rex Peavine, Highland Denmark. Chester Chief and Dignity Dare (4) 2;114, etc. Sired dam of Chatty Direct (4) 2.07J, etc. Hi3 dam, Jenny A few select brood mare in foal to Kentucky Choice. Clay, also produced Rcdtiie Clay 2:25j, and was grandam of Prue dam of I'ruc3-2- iM'i. Keddle Clay 4 JOE MCDOWELL, Agt., Danville, Ky. NOW HER FRIENDS KNOW HER HARDLY He is 15J hands high, black with white points and a fine individual. He was sired by John Morgan 2705, (T. O. Hill's champion Jack) Dam Nannie B..2653. by Qld Beecher, the greatest breeding Jack of his time. At $6. for Horse Mule and $9. for Mare Mule. Beecher Morgan. tIoko 24457, .sire of Fereno 2:05J (winner Kentucky Futurity), Brenda Vorke (3) 2:03$ (Futurity winner.) (5) 2;0iJ, Native Belie (2) 2:07? (Futurity filly) Manrico (3) 2:07i (Futurity winwinner,) () 2:0GJ (champion ner). Silver Silk (4) 2;03J. Susie N. (3) 2:091 (Futurity winner.) Gomoko 2:10 Mobel 2:101. Mochester 2:101, fit omaster 2:11. Siliko (3) 2:111 (Futurity winner) tic Si.-e-d dani3 of The Harvester 2:01 (champion trotting stallion), Vito (4) Tipton. (4) 2:09. o'Neil (3) 2:13?, etc. Brother to Bumps 2:031, Barou'D. 2:10. etc trial mile 2:14$. half in 1:03, last quarter in flleuchei 16168, record 32 seconds, is a handsome seal brown horse, and will weigh 1100 pounds. He greatly resembles his good sire Silent Brook and is out of Clayo, by the great Futurity aire Moko. A grand combination of two of the best race horse families of the present day. He being a' real race horse h.mself, having had very little training and most of Uiat by an amateur. It certainly looks like this liorse is of Grand Circuit caliber, and if given half a chance he will win his share of the money Bure. BLEUCHER is p. perfect type of a road horse, good gaited with perfect manners, weara no boots or weights. He has an undefeated record in the Stallion Road Class for 1913, and is conceded by good judges to be the best road horse out this year. This is a good opportunity for Garrard and adjoining counties to breed into the lest families of the trotting blood. Iook this horse's breeding over and Bee bow many they have in the list both sire and dam. This great trolling Stallion will make the season of 1914 at my stable in Lancaster, Kentucky, at SEASON 1914 1914 Bet This Does Not Bother Mrs. the Burton, Under Circumstances. Houston, Texas. In an interesting letter from this city, Mrs. S. C. Burton writes as follows : "I think it is my duty to tell you what your medicine, Cardui, the woman's tonic, has done for me. I was down sick with womanly trouble, and my mother advised several different treatments, but they didn't seem to do me any good. I lingered along for three or four months, and for three weeks, J was in bed, so sick I couldn't bear for any one to walk across the floor. My husband advised me to try Cardui, the woman's tonic I have taken two bottles of Cardui, am feeling fine, gained 15 pounds and do all of my housework. Friends hardly know me, I am so well." If you suffer from any of the ailments so common to women, don't allow the trouble to become chronic. Begin taking y. Cardui It is purely vegetable, its ingredients acting in a gentle, natural way on the weakened; womanly constitution. You tun no risk in trying Cardui. It has been helping weak women back to health and strength for more than 50 years. It will help you. At all dealers. to-da- Dorsey Gold Dust, Jr. Kentucky's finest Saddle Stallion will make the season at my stable, one mile East of McCreary and six miles East of Lancaster at the very low price of ftLL PEftVINfc 4092 Sire Rex Peavine 1796, Champion Sire of the World. Dam Lucy Wells 6404 Go to the records, $10. to Insure a Living Colt He is a rich chestnut in color, about 16 hands high and weighs about 1,200 don't take any body's word. Fee $40 to Insure feiving Colt -- To Insure A Living Colt. per day. Lien reI am .prepared to,lal:e xarOrpCmares on grass tained on cotsfftr service fee. Monoy due when mare is traded or parted with. Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. : V- - $20'00 - AND A GOOD ONE - 3 pounds, with fine mane and tail and plenty of bone and substance, with lots of natural style. He has racked quarters in forty seconds and stepped just as fast in harness, both in trot and pace. He is bred in the purple, being by the great Dorsey Gold Dust, 12052. He is a full brother to Estelle, by Zicalda Gold Dust, 4400, he by Gold Dust 150, he bv Vermont Morgan, he by Justin Morgan, he by old Comet Morgan. 1st dam Peavine 85, by Young Diamond, he by Diamond Denmark, he by Washington Denmark. He has proven himself a champion breeder and has shown some of the best colts in Central Kentucky, rangingin price from $125.00 to $150.00 as weanlings. His books are filling fast. Visitors are welcome at all times. I retain a lien on all colts until season money is paid. Mares transferred or bred elsewhere, forfeits insurance and must be paid at once. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. Phone 364-- W. TELEPHONE No. 95. B. BURTON, LANCASTER. KY. R. McKINNEY, 5. SCUDDER, KENTUCKY. Walker Bradshaw, Mccreary, Jacks - Jennets for sale at Kentucky. and Horses, times. all Write to: Chattanooea AMkln Co.. Ladlt Adviury Dpt.. Chattanooga. Ttnn.. for Special Horn. book. hittntetumfn your case and a e-rmBtirw!ra.-rnaui-vram- r, b aj a a The Central Record, Thursday May 7, 1914. g Page 9 Victor Bogaert Go. Leading Manufacturing ee ihatjointf j suos uy mailing 11 possible to construct a perfectly solid stave silo of any desired height. When put together with a little white lead at e these joints, a stave . . . T'HAT oatented Joint Ik tionized the whole l;ij; uuiiuiug has revola- business of For Sale For sale, a nice home farm of 444 acres at Burgin; Ky Mercer county. The land is some of Kentucky's best; the improvements are a modern $5,000 dwelling with water works, cistern and well, large yard with forest and evergreen trees, nice young orchard of fruit and berries: ice house, buggy, meat, hen and coal houses, large cellar; two large new barns; tool house, com cribs, granary, worksl.op,and two new tenant houses; plenty of stock water well distributed over the farm. Two hundred (200) acres in wheat, 50 for corn, 80 acres sown in clover this spring, 30 acres to be cut this year, and remainder in permanent pasture; 250 rods of fence built last year same amount to be done this season. Will sell to give possession on or before January 1 1915. With 1. liberal terms and seeding privileges in fall of 191 NINA. Mr. Bill Layton visited Mr. Oscar Prewitt Sunday. Mr. Oscar Prewitt was in Lancaster Saturday on business. Mr. Tallcy Wheeler attended preaching at Freedom Sunday. Miss Mary Layton visited her sister, Mrs. Sim Wheeler, Sunday. Mr. Amous Prewitt called to see his father Mr. M. Prewitt Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wili Ross spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ross. Several from this place attended the ball game at Hyattsville Saturday. Rev. Caird filled his regular appointment at Freedom Sunday and a large crowd attended. CHECK CHRONIC RHEUMATISM HOW L. &N. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. Jewelers & Importers 133-13- Arrive. To Maysville, connecting at Richmond with L &. N to Frankfort & Louisville; at Winchester with C & O to Lexing ton & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. No 7J; 8:35 a. r.i. To Rowland & Stanford connecting ot Rowland L & N to all points South No 28; 11.04 a. m. No 10; 5.00 a. m. 5 West Main St. -:- Lexington, - Kentucky. New York, Brussels, Belguim. two-piec- SsSnLv i2icS,Sv' - II wHi is as good as if it were made of one-piestaves, and very mucli less expensive. There is no metal at these joints to become corroded by the acids and no outside moisture can collect in them to rot the wood. This joint adds years to the life of your silo and many dollars to its value. We have a plan by which you can own an Indiana Silo and let it pay for itself out of what it saves for you ou next winter's feed bills. Give us a chance to explain it to you. t. W. P. KINCAID, Phone 199. Stanford, Ky. Bis-Ag- .,o ui fifteen .. rn. Oalcklr rHT. TthATtmt!. Nnr.fcl nj.lri.t.i lt..ikA pain?. Your mon.r barlrlfit f.iU tn all!. cno rei-ctenl BOURBON REMEDY COMPANY, 342 East Main St.. Lexington. Ky. i BOe. rricafizapla tadA.t All Druggists. Free circular on rain-t- ea time. la any part ol ma Demy Richmond, connecting N to Irvine & Beattyville, & Cincinnati, Middlesboro & No 70; 11.50 a. in. To Richmond, connecting train to Cincinnati. To with L & Lexington Knoxvillc. with f,.t Rheuma Thoroughly Drives out Deep-Seate- d No 27; 2:09 p. in. To Louisville, connecting at Lebancn Junction to Elizabeth town & Bowling Uric Acid Poison. Gretn, and at Bardslown Junction Bardstown & Springfield. No 9; To 'tf'L--St8.-J- to J s BAILEY 3 Burgin, Ky. i There is only one way to be free from Rheumatism the accumulated impurities caused by an excess of Uric Acid poison must be expelled from the body. That is what RHEUMA will do and do it thoroughly. If you suffer from any form of Rheumatism Sciatica, Inflammatory. Arthritis, Muscular. Lumbago or Gout-g- et a bottle of RHEUMA from R. E. McRoberts for 50c it is guaranteed. "For six years I was a cripple on crutches from Rheumatism. One bottle of RHEUMA cured me completely."-I- J. K. Greenbery, 223S Cottage Grove Ave. ; Chicago III. p. in. Stanford, connecting wit'i fssl tram to Bristol & Atlanta. . Fff gives I sea 8 nis a c liiaUIG. tnstomers the tn&S18 T" i. S y I - best and soundest HlTJiILI. Rev. Tinder filled his pulpit at this place Sunday afternoon. Mrs. H. D. Frye was hostess to the Rook Club Fi iday evening. I Mr. AL P. Sloan, our Hubble Tele-- ( phone Manager, is very much improved (.in the last few day. An immense crowd attended the baptizing of the Baptist converts, Sunday afternoon, near T. C. Rankin's. Messrs J. B. Fisher of Lexington, Coleman Lutes of Beattyville and Don- aid Fry of Danville have been visiting friends here. .. Mr. A. M. and Misses Nancy McKinney and Annie Lutes have returned to their s in Hustonville after a visit to relatives. Mrs. Eliza E. Harris, Miss Harris, Misses Givens', Timothy C. Givens. Mrs. S. B. Sanders, Miss Marietta King, Mrs. T. C. Rankin and Miss Mina Rankin were among those who went to Frankfort, Saturday. ho-neI j Hote Henry Wat iersosi LOUISVILLE, KY. Tl I i j An dgent who delivers the uesi Kinu oi inaciiuuty iu i the market at the sninc pnee as many others which J may not prove so sure in event oi calamity, is in a position to attract, retain, and increase of his office liA 3 j i.M i eSoir !3!u!l t pcpu!aipncrd.mcon J ,;II m tit It I I j I Join the army of satisfied customers who are flocking to our feast of bargains. We greatly appreciate your past business and hope to merit your future trade with the best goods the market affords at prices that save you money and defy competition. Cr Sk I S?8 T I fc. t.c FinttCife inLc,iiiL9, wthmedcrato price. ,, J. . CluK RrAll.i ?e.f tm. Lunch jOc . laM- - dc holr Dinnf r. 6 to fl . ra.$l 00. Atao clabcratc a )a carte ecrvce near all in Restaurant. Rathslce'.Vt UrC-esti- J 3 j J r B ' J !i i p open fiom A p m. io rnd vecal music I a. rr. ROOM PRICES With running water and private toilet $1 per day With private hath $1.50 up to $3.00 per day Large sample rweu with private b.th 52.50 to $3.50 per day. You are cordially invited Io male this hotervoor headquarters while in Louisville eVj" mail 1 y for.B. day- - Have ni H.i.nsc9 aactresseu Here. Toj will uw)3 oe a welcome gue?t. ROBERT B. JONES. Manner. ji 'he business Think it over 93 a B . 38 fslbljlrj Bail!1 Garianl- Oflhe Citizens National y" OSrial Directory Of County. Prices maintained until our next announcement We invite your attention to the following prices that show you how much you save. ONNOW Sick Headache. J Mrs. A. L. Luckie, East Rochester, N. Y., was a victim of sick headache , and despondency, caused by a badly weakened and debilitated condition of her stomach, when she began taking Chamberlain's Tablets. She says, "I found them pleasant to take, also mild and elfective. In a few weeks' time I was restored to my former good health. ' For sale by all dealers. SEED CORN I have Boone County White and Red Cob CORN from the Jtitlfct :;oti KaiifJ,A Uarllll. j. totninon .valtrft Attorney Hun. Emuivt Pl year tircuit) lerk William B Ma-K- crops of 1912, also Reids Yellow Dent crop of 1913 which has been carefully iiand picked as well as all other farm Seeds. Write for samples and prices. "lnstcr CoimniMioiier W. II. Broil-- . Trnsttc Jury Ftinil Bcnj. f". Kobiu.ou. Olhcial ourt Mitf'ie Sficlby Mavon louuty Juilf, W. BUSH NELSON, Lexington, Ky. Torotier Sherifl V A.Arnolil. (.oiintj Attorney 1: V Wallur l.tuulj fieri J. '.V lluimltoii. licputy Ictk Harry Toinlm ,in. J, A. Jooe!. See Goods, Get Prices, NufSed. style rnjntt 3022 l!ENA VIb'I'A Mrs. B. F. Sechrest is on the sick lisL Miss Fernan Askins who has been ill for the past two we'eks is improving. Hobiiion. I)t,lUj Sl.trirf lirorKe T. Ball.lr'1.' M hi J. b ipcrinteiitliiiii oi school K"" Dn'.e yanrltft. Dtpuiy bei,or K. B Hay A. Li-Ja-lc- r f. 11 11 it Jli? w'ljcrTl-j- r ritc-'lrt- r Due H0-- 1 ol J 1 Ko.Hl W lt ?crJnr! urn es uHiii vi Get our prices. "nrrr ' ? Mr. Tom Armstrong of Louisville is the guest of his aunt Mrs. Fletcher Ison. Mrs. J. I. Hamilton of Lancaster spent several days last week with her sister Mrs. G. H. Lane. Mr. Rebb Dismukes and v. 'fetbrg It Has the only real continuous door opening. Ktmoir MAIllbTKATtS. J N Wlnli' .t. Di.t. Lopan lhon .ml, pist Jolia"- - llilin Jrtl, biel 2 emes Culilirou 4th. I)t-- i rt.lun .rjxr ?5iB. IfBsi nrf ; ifV sister Miss Tn- - location of our factory give 09 lowest freisl t from to factory, and ficm factory to You lift a btZlir Stic and Suit .. Hoops made of tested sleel. UOUIITY liUAKD OF IIDUlTAtlUk?-'rhomHoops can fee adjusted from IstJ- Ditft. Arnold. Jr. R. D. MeMurtr. tront door rr. . r der aisat otf trame. . lied. 0 J. llciiilrcii. 3rdsnri. Jiii Dm. ltoois vaniornia wood. "The Wood Eternal " Thomas - King, 4tli Di.t. p. 1. 1 J- rm. CITY OK LAIIUAari-Iuyor I. it. David. on City Judge J. I". 1'rather. We can save you from 25.00 to $50.00 on any Buggy or Surrey. We guarantee the wheels two years. u Ada of Burgir. spent Saturday Sunday with friends here. and vi nnng us F for catalog and price. LOUISVILLE SILO AND TANK CO. (Incorporated) . O.SIiUa F. ICi'iYllc to-d- It. t'lty Attorney J. ily City City 1 t'i'-Ta- K. KGoin.in. M i :. Hurt. Mrs. W. E. Ruble and Mrs. A. D. Scott, were guests of John Ruble near Danville, last Thursday and Friday. Mr. Vm Smalley of this place and Miss Jennie Williams of Louisville were married in that city last Wednesday. Pane and Mrs. I. D. Hacker, Miss Anna Horn, Miss Myrtle Ruble, Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Ruble, Mr. and Mrs. l D. McMurtey, and Mr. A. D. Scott have been in Louisville the past week attending the Kentucky Educational Association. On the evening of Tuesday May beginning at 7:00 P. M. the flth Grade of Buena Vista Consolidated School will render two plays in the new school building. 1 "The Ugliest of Seven", a comedy in acts, in which an eccentric old Iadv John Trea-iiirc- r Mount 1 once VI. K. Uluiiii-Cnie- l 1. K. Ilcrron. I'0(.:iril.!t-.1'arlicr 'irepory VM 4iicue Dr J A Atuon II. V It.imillcn. Sam Cotton, W.O Uiodloo SiSfev J&JZikTi&Jb. CJ EOUKSON PCILTSJY CUBE Cown a, ctirk's throat cures v ca," a, A fe-- droivs in the warn-mThe underait!neil hereby to all persona not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever ia ve will proiccute all offenders to ful "at extent of the law Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. G. W. Elam. L. Elkin. Ed & N U Puce J. W Sweeney John AI. Farra V. O. Anderson J. II. & W. S. Wciver. 3. L. Kelley. B. AI. Lear. S. C. Henderson, W. S. Embry A. J. Caddell, H. C. Arnold Mrs. Pattie D. Gill. Sarah J. L. Hackley. Jas. G. Conn. W. B. Ray. S. L. Rich. Wc will add other naines'for 25 cents cash. ij g tirinsing ivater 5fli l lth tMWS .MibKMU-'' t(s (iiraNe" One s t'lcmakc"- Ucalionscl At all J ugiri.-insoit. i Sarrnie aid booklet on Ols- d. .,... tj j-- - . .. tier-Le3 rrcicnt aiJo cfcolcra, iurc ana diarrhoea i. A good roasted coffee others get 20c 15c. lb. our price. 31b. can of hominy only 5c. All 10c. can goods 3 for 25c Good 8 inch files, worth 10c. our price .,5c. Good 10 inch files worth 15c. our price.-.- , 10c. 1 lot Men's Summer Underwear, elbow and knee length worth 25c our price .15c -- 1 1 25c. lot Men's 50c Silk Socks our price 10c. lot Men's 25c. Silk Ties, our pnee 1 lot extra big Lamps, worth $1. our price.-501 lot Men's genuine Panama Hats special price during this month only $2.50 . Men and Boy's silk Hats, only 50c. Room size Matting Rugs, only $3.25 A big lot of 10 and 15c. Granite War- ec specially priced at only 5c. lot Men's all wool Suits worth $18.00 only 12.50 1 lot Men's all wool Suits worth $10.00 to $15 only $10.00 Youth Suits at $3.50. $4.. S5., $6. $8.50 Children's Suits ranging in price from 62. to $5 1 It will pay you to look at our clothing See us for Hall's Hog Cholera Cure, Stoves, Sewing Machines, Paints, Pumps, Wire Fence, Furniture, Buggy Harness, Side Saddles, all kinds of Roofing, Soft Drinks at all times, Ice Cream Saturday afternoon, Ice for sale Ask about FREE GOLD WATCH. Sanders Bros. Coy, Ken tub ley- leaves a large fortune to her nephew that he marry the ugliest of seven daughters of her neighbor. The humor consists in the plans adopted to outwit the three old ladies named as judges, and in the nephew's winning the prettiest of the seven. 2. "Sister Masons" a grand exposure of all the "Secret Orders". Some women profess to have learned these secrets by hearing their husbands talk in their sleep; after which the lodge of "Lady Masons" was organized. New members are initiated into the order, and all events lead to boisterous and rollicking fun, refined in its methods but Intensely interesting in all details. The two plays occupy about one and one half hours. The scenery will be delightful, and between each scene the audience will be entertained by music furnished by the local musicians. All who heard these men play at Thanks giving are well prepared to 'testify to their ability to entertain. Admission only fifteen cents. Pro- nrp tn hp HQprl fnr nnuinrr nn tVta rap-fnew piano just purchased by'the school. ' on condition The SUo That Gives ioonty Courl Days. Richmond, 1st. Alonday. Paris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort, 1st. Monday. Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. . Stanford, 2nd. Monday. Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Monday. Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. M&nday. Mt. Sterling,-3rSomerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. Winchester, 4th. Monday. Monticello. 4th. Monday. Versailles, 4th. Monday. d. Satisfaction SI Has the famous doors that swing on hinges convenient to operate keeps silage per- f ect,y wln,er and summer. Write for oar oiler and SUo Book Mailed Free Also cet offer on the Lansing SUo ami ' the Usfat running Cutter. SUberzaba Silage Southern Silo Co. Incorporated Lexington, Kentucky Rage 10 The Central Record, Thursday May 7, 1914. Exceptional Values in Ladies Fine Outer Garments. Come early as the very suit you would like best may be the very one some one else likes. vuPvO Beginning Wednesday, May 6th, and Continuing Until Saturday, May 16th, We Will Offer Many Very TAILORED SUITS. peeial Ten Day Sale Tailored Suits and $23.75 $19.75 $14.75 At this uniform price we will let you select any suit we have in stock that sold at $40., $35. or $32.50. The very best suit we bring. Finest tailoring-b- est styles finest materials. All of the most wanted colors. At this very low price you may select from about fifty of this season's latest style Suits in Serges, Crepons, Crepes, Poplins, Silk Moires, Silk Poplins, Etc., in black, blues, tans, greys, tangoes, greens, etc. The regular prices of these are $29, $27.50, and $25, but during this sale, choice $19.75. At this price we offer choice of about forty very desirable suits in new materials and colors and embracing all the season's latest shapes and colors. Regular prices $19.75 to $22.50. Party Dresses. We will offer a number of Misses' Party Dresses at a very low price to close. All over Net dresses at $3.95. Chiffon Drosses at $5, and several odd Lace and Chiffon dresses at Half Price. Silk Shirt Waists $1.50 Shirt We offer one lot of about forty odd Silk, Crepe and Chiffon Waist that sold at $3.50, $5 and $G: at choice for 1.50. Tailored Suits $5 and 1 Wool One-Piec- e one-pie- $10. Dresses. We will offer in this sale choice of a lot of odd Skirts sold at $5 to $11.50 at choice for 2.50. Separate Skirts $2.50 $10 Rain Coats $7.95 that We will offer during this Sale, Only, Raincoats made in the latest style with Raglan sleeves of finest double texture silk Canton cloth in Tan, Navy, Grav and Black at 7.95. These are high grade and are waterproof and worth 10. from last season. $5. Choice of about thirty suits that sold at $ 2.50 to $20. $10. Choice of about twenty suits as fine quality in every way as we ever bring, the regular prices running up to $35. The skirts are widerand coats more conservative in style than those of the presentsea- son and for these very defects may suit you better than extreme styles. We offer at these very low prices two lots of Suits carried over We have left a few choice dresses made of very finest quality pure wool, light weight Crepes in the season's shapes, which we will offer at very low prices during this sale. latest Tub Dresses. We will offer a small lot of Gingham House Dresses sold at 1.25, at choice for Cic. Also a lot of finer dresse-- . sold for 2.75, 3.50 and 1.50, and offer choice for 1.50. that that Silk Shadow Lace Shirt Waists $4.95. We will offer our newest and best Shirt Waists made of al) silk Shadow Lace at 4.95. These are all 0 and ijo.50 waists, and the very latest word in shirt waists. 0 Silk Dresses. attention to three lots of Silk Dresses, priced at $15, $19.75 and $22.50. The materials are finest Crepe Meteor, Crepe du Chene, Chiffon, Taffetas, and Pussywillow Taffetas in all desirable colors. We consider these the best values we ever sold in silk dresses. We call special A Danville, rAKffltiK B. ROBERT SON Coats & BRO Kentucky, STANFORD. of Lexington were brought here Wednesday for burial. The deceased lived here up until going to Lexington about four years ago, where he had a good position. He had been in the Good Samaritan hospital for about six weeks before his death. Mrs. J. T. Martin, a noble Christian woman passed away at her home in the West End of this county after a long illness. She was a devoted member of the Christian church. She is survived by her husband and six children. The burial occurred at the Campbell cemetery at Turnersville. Burglars entered the clothing store of Sam Robinson on Monday night and as far as can be seen little damage was done except to blow the safe all to pieces. They did not take any of the contents of the store or at least Mr. Robinson is unable to discover anything missing. His loss will be covered by the burglar insurance carried. William McGuffie and .Mrs. Annie Vest, of Middleburg, were married a' the home of Rev. D. W. Walkeron last Wednesday night. The groom was formerly from London, while the bride is the attractive daughter of Hardin Newell of Middleburg. Mr. McGuffie is traveling salesman for the Toledo Seal Co. They will make their home here. One of the hottest elections ever held in Stenford, was held here on last Saturday afternoon between G. L. Pennv and P. M. McRoberts. for a trustee of the Stanford Graded School district. Much interest was aroused between the friends and relatives of each contending party. Unusual interest was at tached to this pJection as the ladies were allowed to vote. Although they have been allowed to vote in school elections for sometime this is the first time that such a large number voted. Mr Penny was elected by the majority of 2. guits gskvts r i rsinrirJ LULUMK nti iiiiit ripace lieioK tills beading In fur the ezclu-iv- e use of our farmer subscribers, and is for Che sale of stock, gram and such things on fr.rin as tlie farmer cannot afford to advertise. No notice will be accepted over four lines, and will be only in two isuei of the r inn. free of charee O. B. Shepherd has some first class seed corn for iale yellow and white O. B. Shepherd. best variety. Paint Lick, Ky R. F. D. Mr. J. W. Walker lias a good new Sludebaker wagon he will bell at a bargain. See him at once. For Sale;-Tw- o calves. Fresh good milk cows with Morse Wheeler, . Teatersville Ky. For Sale: 100 barreis of corn, the Kelly variety, suitable for selecting Henry Hurt. 11. F. D. 1. seed corn." Lancaster Xy. Wanted To rent about 50 acres, .or less, of grass land for the year, to graze some short yearling cattle. Ad"t- dress this office. calf and 1 Jersey heifer and heifer one aged brood and work mare. Good worker any where. Priced to sell. S. H. Aldridge, Hvattsville Kj Barred Plymouth Rock eggs for sale, Mrs Edd Grow Bryantsville Phone50G at For Sale or Kent. Two good cottages S. C. Henderson. Lowell Ky. Phone 27, 3 rings. Paint Lick exchange, Walton Moss hassome of his premium It is the Boone seed corn for sale. County White variety and there is none better. He also has several hundred pounds of honey for sale. I have for sale about 1000 bundles of sheaf oats, also a nice coming mare mule. Jessie Barlow, R.F.D.No.3. Lancaster. four-year-o- ld Mr. J. B. Woods, of Paint Lick, has a splendid work horse and a lot of JRye in bundle, he .will sell cheap. him. Fob Sale:-good repair. A Write second hand surry in C. S. Cotton, Paint Lick, Ky. -- Mr V. A. Lear wants to buy 50 good feeding hogs that will weigh from 90 to 120 pounds. tomato plants, also For SALE:-Earl- v yellow Yam pweet potato plants,- - 20c. .per.100. or, 600 for $1.00. Sallie B. Henderson, Lowell, Ky. years in Leavenworth penitentiary in Judge Not. the United States District court in No man can Justly condemn or cenChicago Monday for a violation of the sure another because no man truly Gen. Daniel L. Sickles, jurist, revenue laws in connection with the knows another. Sir Philip Sidney. author and stateman, is dead in New manufacture of oleomargarine. A stay of execution of 30 davs was granted to York at the age of 89. Wisdom of Nature. permit an appeal. Perhaps nature had some good reaFlood in the South Canadian river in son for not creating a rooster that Oklahoma destroyed property to the could sing In the early morning hour UAKKKISUltl'. value of $125,000 for the Rock Island like an oriole. Toledo Blade. railroad. Mr Tarkington was the guest of Mr Thousands of old Confederates gathConsistency. ered in Jacksonville Tuesday for the Tom Chestnut, Sunday. "Johnny, you've been fishing on The Ladies Working Society will Sunday opening of the annual reunion of the again. I'm going to give you U. C. V. meet at the church next Thursday. a whipping just as soon as I've put Mr Jim Turner who was called to those fish in the icebox." Life. The Louisville Board of Education granted raises of $3 per month to 350 Lexington by the death of his father, teachers, which amounts in the aggie-gat- e has returned. Teasing Him. to $21,000. Mr T. D. Chestnut was taken ill last Musician "What's the rent of thl3 The bodies of seventeen bluejackets Monday at Danville and it was some room, including the use of the piano?" and marines who lost their lives at the time before he recovered sufficiently to Landlady "I can't say offhand. You must play me something first." hands of "snipers" during their oc- come home. cupation of Vera Cruz, were stai ted on Miss Rout of Paint Lick and Miss their journed homeward Monday. Deep Devotion. Dunn of Lancaster, came down last "Is there anything as strong as a Cnester B, Duryea, 43 shot his week to be the guest of Mrs Mary Doty father Gen. Hiram Duryea seven times and daughter. Miss Elizabeth for a few mothers' love for her child?" "I guess not The only thing that approaches in New York, in what was supposed to days. it is a baseball fan's devotion to the be a fit of insanity. Gen. Duryea was Mr L. B. Hughes, Mrs James Culton national game." US years old. and a millionaire starch and children of Danville and Mr A. D. manufacturer. Hughes and family were the guest of Spiteful. One hundred and twenty six bodies, Mr and Mrs Hamlet Aldridge, Thurs"My husband considered a very day. most of them in such condition as to long time before he proposed to me. render ..their identification impossible He was very careful." "Ah, It's alThe City Council has ordered publish- ways those careful people who get have be?n taken from mine No 5 of the New River coal Co., at Eccles W. Va., ed the names of those persons who owe taken in." leaving 40 additional bouies to be re- J the city taxes for 1912 and 1913 and if same is not paid by the regular meetcovered. Definition of an Epigram. ing night in June, parties owing will Labor representatives are seeking Fannie Heaslip Lea, writing a story be sued or property will be sold the impeachment of Gov. Ammon of either Home Compaion, makes to satisfy the unpaid taxed. The fol- In Woman's characters define an epione of her Colorado in connection with the recent lowing is a list of those who are indebt- gram as follows: "An epigram is saylabor troubles in that state. Old line ed to the city and the amounts: ing something you don't means, just Democrats aie supporting the Governor 1912 to be smart." Republicans and Progressives while Miss Rella Arnold $10 50 are opposing him. Joe Francis 1 98 All in the Spelling. The Hobson resolution providing Jno. Francis 2 82 "What do I look like. George?" for a vote among the states upon the J. A. Jones 4 28 asked the young wife, after she had proposition for nation wide prohibition, Dr. Pontius 2 41 arrayed herself in her latest ball was reported to the National House Mrs. Chairs Walters 24 25 gown for her hubby's Inspection. "A This adwithout recommendation. little bare, my dear," replied the truth1913 ful George. vances the proposition considerably to- Anderson Heirs 35 50 ward a vote in the lower House. Miss Rella Arnolu 10 88 Dilatory. Upton Sinclair the author is in jail W. A. Arnold 3 63 "Ain't that a lovely picture! All 17 25 in New York charged with annoying Mrs. W. A. Arnold 4 22 them beautiful angels comin' down to John D. Rockefeller Jr. Sinclair organiz- Dr. Wm. Burnett the pore Christian wot's got killed in 21 25 ed the "Free silence members", whose F. P. Frisbie the arener." "Yuss; that's wot they 19 98 members pled for hours before the of- Mrs. F. P. Frisbie do 'ang about till the last mlnnlt and 2 25 git there when it's all over." fices of Rockefeller with Bands of Joe Francis 4 25 repe on their arm, in order to repri- Jno. Francis 4 88 mand him for his alleged failure to stop T. M Howard Rough Road in Portuguese Cities. Lancaseer Hospital 7 13 the Colorado miners strike. The streets of Lisbon and Oporto H. T. Logan 63 38 are paved almost entirely with cobA determined fight is being made in Kate P. Miller 1 88 blestones. The pavement Is rough the U. S. Senate against the acceptance Mrs. J. R. Mount 30 45 and many of the thoroughfares are by the government of an offer of John J. R. Mount Son & Co 43 10 steep, as both cities are situated along D. Rockefeller of funds to aid in farm Sally Myers 1 88 the river front and on high hills. demonstration and the extermination Mrs. W. M. Mahan 6 00 of boll weevil. The grounds of resisDr. Pursley 5 16 Evil In Yielding to Temper. tance is that John D's money is "taint J. P. Prather 20 67 Temper la the greatest enemy to a ed", "covered with the blood of women (J. D. Todd 3 75 natural healthy life. It affects the seand children shot down n the Colorado Mrs. ' Ollie-Tap"r 3 73 creting glands, changing healthy fluids trike". Mrs. Chairs Walters 26 25 Into poisons, and shows Itself plainly John tF. Jelke,. millionaire manu- John Walters H 40 not only In Impaired vitality, but even facturer of oleomargarine of Chicago, T. K. Watson 2 10 in the face In feature and complexion " was fined $10,000. and sentenced to two L. E. Herron, city Tax Collector. alike. General News. Miss Ollie Phillips, of Liberty is the guest of Miss Gertrude Wilkinson. Miss Susie Rankin, of Hubble, was Friends, ladies, clubwomen! Lend us the guest of Mrs Lee Stone, Wednesday ears, we will return them just as soon Mrs. L. B. Hilton is visiting her as you pay your dues. We must begin mother, Mrs. J. R. Cass at Broadhead. to plan for our year book and we will be Miss Sue Taylor Edgleman has rehampered in the work until your dues turned to Paris after a visit to relatives are paid as it has become a law that here. the name of no one will be printed in Mrs. Al. A. Phelps, of Richmond is the year book unless their dues have paid, thus testifying their willing- the guest of her daughter Mrs. R. C. been Hocker. ness to take part in the years work. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bruce are the guests of her mother Mrs. Turley at The excursion to Frankfort under the Richmond. able supervision of Mrs. KaufTman was Mrs. Ed WilKinson has returned home a success in every way. Quite a crowd boarded the train at Lancaster while after a visit to her son, J. T. Wilkinson they were joined by a goodly number at Louisville. Mrs. W. A. Tribble lefd Monday for from Stanford, Paint Lick and Richmond. Not one thing happened to mar Jacksonville Fla. where she will spend the pleasure of the day. The train several days. was on time, the weather was ideal, Frank Barnett, of Danville, was the the children were on their good be- guest of his mothsa, Mrs. Bettie Bar-nethavior and both children and "grown Sunday. ups" are extravagant in their praise of Mrs. G. C. Rose, of Lancaster was the "Womans Club Excursion." the guest of her mother, Mrs. Belle Perkins Sunday. We are asking for a full attendance Mrs. Kate Egbert of Crab Orchard, at the next club meeting. A delightful has returned home after a visit to W. musical program will be rendered. It H. Higgins and family. is the last meeting of our capable reMrs. Frank Bohon, of Louisville, attiring officers. Mrs. Currey has made tended the burial of her brother, Win-fre- d a most excellent President and she Partman last week. leaves us with great aspiration for the Will Mees, the popular drug clerk of future. Aspirations made the world McRoberts drug store at Lancaster, go round and it is a good thing for our was here Sunday afternoon. club to look forward to a day when it Mrs. L. M. Westerfield and children will be a better club than it is today. It is a good thing for each member to have returned to Paris after a visit to plan in their minds the part they will her aunt Mrs. M. D. Elmore. do in the great "uplift." movement. ur. a. a. rrice, wno underwent an It is a great thing for the Presidents operation for appendicitis and other to plan when there will be heard no trouble, last week is some better. more "I Cant", when dues will be paid Mrs. Walter Smith, who has been at the appointed time and place, when confined to her home for several days programs are carried out without disap- on account of illness, is able to be out. pointments to the leaders. Yes, let us Fox Dudderar, a well known farmer Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Newland and badream these dreams, for of dreams by, of Wichita Falls Tex., are the of this county almost lost his old gray realities are made, but while we dream guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. family mare in a very unusual manner this week, while he was driving over let us do the work of the present. D. Newland. his farm. There was some corn in the Every one has a respect for the woman The date of the marriage of Miss buggy and a halter hanging over the who puts her shoulder to the wheel and Cornie Penny, of Danville, and R. M. seat. He left the horse and went in pushes ahead in any work that falls Fisher, of this city, has been set for the field and while he was gone upon her. She can dream and plan as June one of 6th at the Baptist church. the beeves got scent of the corn and she pushes. There were about thirty-fiv- e that came to the buggy and thrust his head took advantage of the excursion to under the seat after the corn. In There Is more Catarrh In this section el Frankfort, given under the auspices of trying to get the corn the steer was the country than all other diseases put the Woman's Club, of Lancaster. caught in the haltered his horns fasten together, and until the last few years Mrs. I. M. Bruce and aon, Maurice, ed under the seat and then when he was supposed to be incurable. For a great many years doctors pronounced it a left Wednesday for Jacksonville Fla. moved, he moved the buggy with him. local disease and prescribed local remedies, and by constantly falling- to cure to visit her sister, Mrs. J. R. Beazley. Before Mr. Dudderar had returned with local treatment, pronounced It incurbuggy the horse had been thrown able. Science has proven Catarrh to be a Maurice will remain as he has a good constitutional disease, and therefore re- position. down was being dragged along. Much I :$'l quires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. The Stanford High School team was damage was done to both animals. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only Constitutional cure on the market. It Is defeated on last Tuesday afternoon taken internally. It acts directly on the when they crossed 'bats with the Ky blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dollars for any Deaf and Dumb' team at Danville1. The Ror Rent I desire to rent for the case it fails to cure. Send for circulars , home boys playet a good game' only balance of year the property on Richand testimonials. ACOreu: F. J. CHENEY CO.. TeUM, O. making a few.errpfa. mond street recently vacated by me. , sola by Dnursisu. 76c. Take Ball's ramur Fills for eosiUpaUoa. The remaiaa of Winfred B. Portman, ..Mrs. Bessie Dudderar. (Edited By The WommnCIubi te The Womans Club to-hi- s